College President Teaches Philosophy Courses

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Sheridan College President and Doctor of Philosophy, Paul Young, will be wearing two hats this fall, as he'll be both an administrator and professor. This will be the second time Young teaches classes on campus; the first was in 2011.

CRA Calls for Ag to Go Green

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(photo courtesy of Wyoming News Service)

The Center for Rural Affairs is considering implementing a reward system for farmers and ranchers who take steps to cut down the greenhouse gasses emitted by their operations.

Details Emerge Regarding Starbucks Crash

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(photos by Tracee Davis)

Sheridan Media News has learned it was a 2002 Toyota Sequoia that crashed into the Starbucks coffee shop at the corner of Coffeen Avenue and Brundage Lane this morning at 6:08.

King's Saddlery Featured on "Longmire" TV Series

King's Saddlery Featured on "Longmire" TV Series (Photo courtesy

Sheridan's own King's Saddlery was featured in a recent episode of the hit show "Longmire" - which is based off of books written by Ucross resident Craig Johnson. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

G&F Stress Boater Safety

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Game Wardens in northeast Wyoming issued a high number of citations over Memorial Day weekend for various boating and fishing violations.

Parkman Days to Offer Something for Everyone

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

It started with a parade six years ago and has evolved into a full fledged day long celebration. We're talking about Parkman Days, which is set to take place Saturday, June 22 in the quiet little town that sits just northwest of Dayton and Ranchester.

Lummis Introduces Collectible Firearms Protection Act

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The M1 Garand was used by American troops during the Second World War and are popular collectibles. (Photo courtesy Flickr user miso beno)

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently introduced legislation that would reverse a State Department decision to block the importation of historic M1 Garand rifles and M1 carbines from South Korea.

1st and 5th Street RR Crossings to Close

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Finishing work that was started in April will force the closure of the 1st and 5th Street Railroad Crossings in Sheridan over the next several days. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell says the 1st Street crossing will be closed this Friday.

Buffalo Chamber's Annual Luau Saturday At Fairgrounds

Coming up this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds is the 11th Annual Wild Bunch Luau, sponsored in part by Sheridan Media's very own Oldies 105-9.

Buffalo Council OKs Transfer, New Use of Unspent Funds

At their Tuesday meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request from the Recycling Board to transfer unspent One-Percent funds from last year's budget to this year's budget and to re-allocate what those funds can be used for.