Wyoming Once Part of Four Areas Controlled by Four Different Countries

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Bill Sniffin

It is highly possible that there is a small spot in Wyoming which once was bordered by four different territories, parts of which together became the future home of our great state.

No One Injured in Sheridan Main Street Crash

No one was injured when a drunk driver lost control of his truck Monday night while driving down Sheridan's Main Street, but several vehicles were damaged.

Water Released From Park Reservoir

Sheridan County residents along Big Goose Creek can expect to see a rise in water levels starting today.

County Affirms Red Grade Trail Support

Sheridan County commissioners have affirmed their support of the proposed Red Grade Trails project on public lands seven miles west of the community of Big Horn in Sheridan County.

Woman Killed, Two Injured in Crash Near Buffalo

UPDATE: A 26-year-old woman was killed in a one-vehicle crash Sunday night south of Buffalo and a five-year-old child and the 31-year-old driver were hospitalized.

Council Holds First Budget Work Session

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Prior to the regularly scheduled Sheridan City Council meeting Monday night, the council held the first of several budget work sessions that will take place over the next few weeks.

Grant Supports Wyoming Children With Special Needs

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The University of Wyoming has received a federal grant in the amount of $292,000 that will help support families in Wyoming who have children with special needs.

Miss Wyoming, Miss Teen Appear on Morning Show

Miss Wyoming 2015 Mikaela Shaw of Laramie, left, stopped by The Morning Show with Miss Wyoming Outstanding Teen, 15-year-old Olivia Boley of Sheridan. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Miss Wyoming and Miss Outstanding Teen Wyoming Appeared this week on The Morning Show. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Tripartite Board Seeks to Make Best Use of Funds

Sheridan County's Tripartite Board is accepting applications now from agencies and non-profit organizations that provide services for low-income and poor county residents and that want a share of the just under $156,000 that the county will receive in October from the federal government.

Wyoming Wednesday Programs Start at Information Center

Wyoming Wednesday programs will start next week at the Wyoming Welcome Center, also known as the Information Center, off East Fifth Street east of Interstate 90.