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'50 to 1' Producer Talks About the Film

The producer of a film that's playing right now in the local theater shared his thoughts about the project with News Director Leslie Stratmoen. Here's the report.

Roush Joins Chamber Board

Kay Roush -- Submitted Photo

Kay Roush who is the senior vice president of operations at First Federal Savings Bank and branch manager of the bank's Coffeen Avenue office in Sheridan is the newest member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Lineup Set for Country Music Festival

The Band Perry -- Photo Provided
Keith Urban -- Photo Provided
Toby Keith -- Photo Provided

As already announced on this station, three of the headlining acts have been booked for next summer's country music festival in Sheridan.

Oktoberfest Features Brews, Bikes, Bouncies

Organizers of this weekend's Oktoberfest in Buffalo stopped by the station this week to talk about the brews, the bikes and the bouncies. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

College Offers Conversational Spanish, Chinese

In response to student requests, Sheridan College in Johnson County is offering conversational Spanish this year, for the first time.

Farmer's Market Features Chef's Challenge

A chef's throw-down, the likes of the TV show “Chopped” kicks off today's farmer's market in Sheridan. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory said the chefs will all be given a mystery meat to come up with a dish within a time limit.

Juvenile Hospitalized After Crashing Stolen Vehicle

A juvenile is in the hospital after crashing a stolen vehicle following a chase through town.

Local Chamber Directors Lead Statewide Group

Dixie Johnson, left, and Angela Jarvis, were both at an event Wednesday in Buffalo.

Two local chamber directors will be guiding the state organization this year.

Health Officials Encourage Drug Donations

With the annual drug take-back day being planned across the nation later this month, state health officials are taking the moment to remind residents that some medications can be donated to help others.

Commission Approves Parking Lot Project, Grants

This is the house on Burkitt that will be demolished to make way for the parking lot. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Among items approved during today's meeting of the Sheridan County Commission, was a design agreement for a county parking lot on Burkitt, a grant for Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns and a resolution authorizing the application for funds from the Wyoming Water Development Commission for purchase of water in Park Reservoir.

Variance Denied For Partially Constructed Building

Randy Bochmann presented information during the commission meeting. (photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Sheridan County Commission denied a zoning variance this morning on a building partially constructed in the town of Story. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Commission Denies Story Zoning Variance, OKs Projects, Grants

A contractor in Story will have to tear down a partially constructed building on his own property because he did not acquire the proper zoning ahead of the build, if he doesn't appeal a variance request denied this morning by the Sheridan County Commission.

Man Killed by Bear

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A man from Utah missing for about a week in the Wind River Mountains in the northwestern part of the state was found Saturday, killed by a bear.

Burgess Wants Affordable Health Care for Everyone

In a recent interview, Val Burgess of Sheridan said she was prompted to run as a write-in candidate as an Independent for House District 30 because she was frustrated when she went to vote in the Primary Election.

Program Highlights Ancient Ski Culture

A program coming up at the local college highlights how an ancient society of people hunted on skis. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Week in Review

Photo by Ron Richter

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Park Project Closes Sheridan Avenue

Anyone driving along Sheridan Avenue this week in Sheridan has probably noticed the electronic signs saying the road will be closed next week from Park to Works streets.

Burgess Runs for House District 30

Val Burgess -- Photo Provided

Val Burgess of Sheridan has decided to run as a write-in candidate for the House District 30 seat as an Independent.

Trade Show Features Upcycled, Vintage Goods

Vendors from across Sheridan County and beyond are set up at the Kinnison Ranch over the weekend for the Born in a Barn creative trade show.

Brucellosis Sampling Continues

Wildlife biologist Tim Thomas was a guest this week on the Public Pulse show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Archery season is underway for hunting deer, elk and pronghorn antelope.