County Facilities Manager Off Probation, Salary Increased

Johnson County's Commissioners have decided to take County Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow off of his probationary period, hire him on a full-time basis and increase his salary.

Local CEO Describes How a Company Can Care

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Ron Kensey, CEO of Kennon Products. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Local Entrepreneur and CEO of Sheridan-based company Kennon Products Ron Kensey spoke before a full house at the Best Western in Sheridan this evening.

Game & Fish Closes Habitat Management Areas

Most big game hunting seasons have now ended and habitat management areas that provide big game winter range across the state are now closed for the season.

Breaking the Chains

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Sheridan resident Kathy Parsley is would like to see the City of Sheridan adopt an ordinance to help stop animal cruelty. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Earlier this week we told you about Kathy Parsley's attempt to have Sheridan adopt an ordinance that would set forth regulations regarding the tethering of dogs. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on this developing story.

Trial Date Set for Sheridan Woman Charged With Forgery

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A scheduling hearing for 25-year-old Miranda Mraz of Sheridan was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court.

Medical Office About 18 Months Away

A new medical office for Sheridan Memorial Hospital staff is about 18 months away.

Health Network Helps With Insurance Needs

Help is here for Sheridan area residents who want to change their health insurance plans or enroll for the first time for insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.

Hininger Honored for Service

District 2 Superintendent Craig Daugherty, left, presents plaque to former Trustee Scott Hininger. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Newest District 2 trustee, Sue Wilson (Photo by Pat Blair)

Scott Hininger was honored this week for his years of service to Sheridan County School District 2.

Wyoming Files Suit to Force BLM to Manage Wild Horses

The state of Wyoming has filed suit against the United States Department of the Interior and the United States Bureau of Land Management over the federal government's failure to appropriately manage wild horses in the state. Wyoming announced its intent to sue in August.

Johnson County OK's Agreement With Game And Fish

An agreement between Johnson County and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for boat dock maintenance at Lake DeSmet was discussed and approved by the county commission at a recent meeting.