State Invites Mayor on Recruiting Trip

Mayor Dave Kinskey appeared this week on our Public Pulse news talk show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

One of our local mayors is heading out of state next week to recruit businesses to the area. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

State Legislature Convenes Next Week

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The 2014 Session of the Wyoming State Legislature convenes next Monday, February 10, for only a short work schedule of 20 workdays focusing on creating the State budget for 2015-2016.

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Saturday U Comes to Sheridan

Saturday University comes to Sheridan this weekend. That's the full morning of college classes offered free by the University of Wyoming at Sheridan College.

UPDATE: Investigator on Fire Scene

Dave Schroeder Photo

State Fire Investigator Richard Embrey was on the scene this morning of what remained of the Chuckwagon Convenience Store and Gas Station in Story.

Just How Bitter Cold is it? Wyoming’s Coldest Stories

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Bill Sniffin

During that recent cold spell of Feb. 4-5-6, Wyoming endured some of its coldest temperatures of the current 2013-2014 winter season.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 7, 1914.

First Cash Mob of the Year

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A scene from one of last year's "Cash Mobs". (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Historic District Business Committee, a joint committee of the Downtown Sheridan Association and the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, is having their first “Cash Mob” of the year later today.

Historical Society Seeks Executive Director

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan County Historical Society is once again seeking applicants for the executive director position for the Sheridan County Museum. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

County Gains Valuation, Tax Revenue Through Audits

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers

Johnson County has gained nearly $612 million in valuation and will receive nearly $5.5 million in back taxes and interest, due to audits on oil and gas companies performed by the County Assessor's office during 2013.