Dems Extend Hands for Community Service

While Democrats in Sheridan County may not be big in numbers, the party is still committed to giving back to the local community. Chairman, Hollis Hackman, explains the party continually looks for ways to make a positive contribution in the community.

New Campaign Focuses on the Positive

The Advocacy and Resource Center is rolling out a new community educational campaign that focuses on positive reinforcement for healthy relationships.

Lake DeSmet Water Rights Split

Lake DeSmet Water Rights Split

Marketing water rights on Lake DeSmet was the key issue Tuesday morning addressed by the Sheridan County Commissioners.

Before Voting, Understand Ballot Initiatives

Who gets what job isn't the only issue to be decided during next month's general election. This year, there are three constitutional amendments and one local initiative that will also be affirmed or shut down by voters. Here's a breakdown of the initiatives:

Cancer Screenings are for Men, Too

Julia Bettinger, Program Manager of the Wyoming Cancer Resource Services. Photo courtesy of

On Monday's Public Pulse, Program Manager of the Wyoming Cancer Resource Center Julia Bettinger and Cathi Kindt, Executive Director of the Sheridan Health Center, joined host Kim Love in a discussion on the importance of cancer screenings.

Supercomputer is Up and Running in Cheyenne

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Wyoming governor Matt Mead was at the opening of the National Center for Atmospheric Research's Wyoming Supercomputer Center in Cheyenne on Monday. The center boasts one of the most powerful supercomputers on the planet and its services will be dedicated to the geosciences.

Council Approves Code Ordinances

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night approved a couple of ordinances on second reading updating the fire and building codes. City Building Official Kevin Bare explains an amendment that was approved to the building code ordinance.

Commissioning Bids Received For Cloud Peak School

At their last meeting the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees were given an update on the bidding process and status for commissioning of the new Cloud Peak School when it is completed in mid-2013.

Dayton Mayor Talks About Son's Accident

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An accident that occurred on the construction site of the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College late last week involved 57-year-old Jack Wood, son of Dayton Mayor Bob Wood.

Artist Reception October 26th To Close Gerhold's Exhibit

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will be having a “meet the artist” reception Friday, October 26th to close the exhibit for artist Mel Gerhold.