UPDATE – More Power Outages Reported in Afternoon

High winds across Sheridan County knocked more Montana-Dakota Utility customers off the power grid this afternoon.

UPDATE – Power Restored in Sheridan

Power was restored to all Montana-Dakota Utility customers in Sheridan by shortly before noon today, but three customers in the Story area and two around Goose Lane remained without electricity.

Air Service Launch Party Set for Thursday

A party has been planned for tomorrow to launch the restart of commercial air service in Sheridan.

UPDATE - Power Restored to Most MDU Customers

Power had been restored to all but seven customers in Sheridan County by around 10 this morning after high winds caused power outages across the area.

Weather Brings Winds, Power Outages

A high wind warning is in effect in Sheridan County until 5 tonight, with a storm that brought rain, traces of snow in some areas and power outages across the county this morning.

Wyoming Flunks Open Government Test

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by Gregory Nickerson |

Wyoming’s government could be more transparent and work harder to ensure existing ethics laws are properly enforced.

Disney-Pixar Dinosaur Film May Draw Tourists to Wyoming

As the Disney-Pixar film, “The Good Dinosaur,” hits the theaters in Wyoming this month, the University of Wyoming is launching plans to use the film to educate the public on the state’s geological features that inspired the film’s landscape.

College President Says ‘Boeing’ Play Should be Fun

Kali Smith as "Gloria" and Spencer Walters as "Bernard" rehearse a scene from Sheridan College Theater's production of "Boeing Boeing". (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Among the announcements made this week on the Public Pulse show by the Sheridan College president was that the theater department has a show opening this week.

Governor Says No Refugees Under Flawed System

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In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has joined other governors across the country in demanding the refugee process be halted until it’s guaranteed to provide the security demanded by citizens of the United States. He made the statement through a release from his office.

Snow From Driveways Must Stay Off the Street

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City of Sheridan Operations Manager Mathers Heuck presented the city’s snow removal plan to the City Council Monday night. One item he touched on pertains to a city ordinance that prohibits snow from driveways to be shoveled or blown into the street.