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WyDOT Finishes Bridge, Fixes Slides, Bids Interchange

Ronda Holwell with the Wyoming Department of Transportation appeared on our news talk show Public Pulse show this week to provide an update on Sheridan projects.

Locals Included in Governors Board, Commission Nominations

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has submitted his recommendations for several state boards and commissions. Among the nominees are several from the local area.

Film Depicts Campbell's Alzheimer's Journey

A film to be previewed tonight in Sheridan focuses on the journey of a legendary performer's battle with a deadly disease. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Congress Caused Sheridan Airport’s Loss of Carrier Subsidy

The Sheridan County Commission approved a grant agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation recently for a half a million dollars that would provide a revenue guarantee for a new carrier to serve the county-owned airport in Sheridan.

Wyoming House Defeats Bill Calling for Bike Safety Study

The Wyoming House has narrowly defeated a bill calling for a comprehensive study of bicycle safety and the eventual construction of a statewide bicycle trail system.

Guild Holds Auditions for Spring One Acts

The Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild will be holding auditions for the upcoming spring one acts on Sunday.

Berger Says Education’s Coming Out Winner

Wyoming’s State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn said education is coming out a winner, so far, during this legislative session, ongoing now in Cheyenne.

Week Left for Moose Licenses

Moose hunters have less than a week to secure a license for this year’s hunting season in Wyoming.

Missing Father, Son Found

BREAKING NEWS: A deputy with the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that a father and son who were missing in the mountains overnight have been found. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media for details.

Today’s Dining for Cause Benefits High School Project

Tyson Emborg, left, and Don Julian made an appearance on Sheridan Media's Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan High School’s activities director says today is a big day.

Berger Says Supplemental Budget Supports Education, Municipalities

Wyoming’s House Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn checked in with us this morning to give us the wrap for the week on the legislative session ongoing now in Cheyenne.

Wyoming Coal Compaany Operating in Black

Cloud Peak Energy is the only company to turn a profit in 2014 out of the four major coal mining companies in northeast Wyoming's Powder River Basin.

Public Welcome to Cowboy Hall of Fame Reception

Liz Kincaid previewed the Cowboy Hall of Fame on the Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Five men will be honored Saturday for living a true western cowboy life. They’ve been chosen as the first group inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame for Region 5, which includes both Sheridan and Johnson counties.

County Scholarship, Veterans Exemption Deadlines Near

Several announcements were made during this week’s meeting of the Sheridan County Commission, including one regarding the county’s college scholarships and another about property tax exemptions for veterans.

No Drugs, Alcohol Involved in Mill Inn Crash

We do have an update from the local police on the weekend incident involving the vehicle that crashed into the side of a hotel in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Homeless Shelter Needs Bowls for Fundraiser

The Volunteers of America Northern Rockies organization will hold its annual “Empty Bowl” fundraiser next month in Sheridan, but need the community’s help. Organizers say they need bowls.

Science Standards, Food Sale Bills Move Forward

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By the end of the day Tuesday, which marked the 24th day of the 2015 general session of the Wyoming Legislature, the science standards and food sale bills were still moving forward.

Recovery Effort For Missing Child Resumes

The recovery effort for the body of a 4-year-old girl who went missing more than a week ago in the Powder River near Buffalo after falling through the ice will resume on Saturday.

Buffalo Man Honored for Tourism Efforts

A man from Johnson County was honored last week for a quarter of a century’s work of service to Wyoming’s tourism industry.

County Continues Dust Abatement Agreement

Sheridan County will continue its air quality control efforts by suppressing the dust on county roads as per a continued agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.