The federal budget is a hot item in the news these days, especially as we approach the end of the year and the so-called “fiscal cliff.” Ideas abound as to what needs to be done, prompting this week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media poll question.
This past Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the Trail End State Historic site opened its doors for a Christmas extravaganza. It was the annual open house at the Trail End. Site superintendent, Cynde Georgen, fills us in.
Santa's helper, Sheridan McKinly, has her arms full.
Santa shows up in quite a few places this time of year, and the Kalif Shrine is no exception. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped in at the annual Christmas party the Shriners put on the for the little people and brings us this story.
It's time to once again take a look back at some of the stories that made news this past week with our Sheridan Media week in review. The Sheridan City Council Monday night removed from the table and ultimately approved the Holly Ponds planned unit development #9. City Engineer Lane Thompson.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Environmental groups have filed a third federal lawsuit challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's move to end federal protections for wolves in Wyoming. The Humane Society of the United States and the Fund for Animals filed suit Friday in U.S.
Some hunters and wildlife activists say the loss of Conservation Reserve Program lands could mean fewer ducks for Wyoming hunters. (Stock photo)
Conservation Reserve Program lands in Wyoming and other states are where thousands of pheasant and upland bird hunters go every year. It's also where millions of ducks and other birds nest and hatch their young.
The Casper Star-Tribune reports that Jamie Olson, an employee with the Wyoming Wildlife Services, posted this picture to his personal Facebook of an ensnared coyote being taunted by a dog. Additional images were posted of a dead coyote, prompting an investigation. (Photo courtesy of trib.com)
A man who traps and removes predators threatening wildlife for the USDA is under investigation for some Facebook photos he posted showing trapped coyotes - some alive some possibly dead - that appear to have been taunted by dogs. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy reports.