Leslie Stratmoen

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Life Flight Service Now Has Base in Sheridan

An air ambulance service based out of Casper will now have a base in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

National Weather Service Offers Storm Spotter Training

A class is coming up in Sheridan for anyone who wants to be an official storm spotter. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Spring Clean-up of City Streets, Parks Has Begun

Spring clean-up of city street and parks has begun in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Sheridan Woman Chosen as Jefferson Awards Finalist

A woman from Sheridan has been chosen as a finalist for the national Jefferson Awards Foundation honor.

Pulse Show Previews Keystone Honorees

Three people who have made a positive impact to the Sheridan community will be honored in a ceremony next week with a Keystone Award.

UW Names Sheridan Research Center Director

A plant scientist experienced in teaching, research and extension efforts will begin next month as the director of the Sheridan Research and Extension Center.

Governor Announces Fish, Wildlife Task Force Members

Governor Matt Mead has announced the newly appointed members of the Fish and Wildlife Resources Task Force.

Lottery Game Ticket Draws Today for Half a Million

The jackpot for the Wyoming lottery's newest game, Cowboy Draw, has doubled, giving players a chance to win half a million dollars in today's draw.

Popular Cave Opens

The popular Tongue River Cave located in the Big Horn Mountains outside the town of Dayton opens for the season on Wednesday.

Republican Party Begins Process to fill Patton's Seat

The Sheridan County Republican Party has begun the process of filling the seat left vacant by the death of state Rep. John Patton, who died last weekend.

Free Workshop Features Artist Who’s Inspired by Gardens

Internationally-known ceramic artist Kim Dickey of Colorado is offering a free workshop today in Sheridan.

Patton’s Legacy Includes Bettering Education

So many people have shared their thoughts with us this week about State Representative John Patton of Sheridan who died on Sunday.

Registration Open for College Booster Club Golf Tourney

Registration is now open for the Sheridan College Booster Club Spring Golf Tournament set for Friday, May 22, at The Powder Horn course.

Art Lecture Features Visiting Ceramic Artist

This ceramic piece by Kim Dickey is titled Schneeballen.(Courtesy Photo)

Tonight’s lecture at the Brinton features a visiting ceramic artist who local art lovers might remember. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Today's Day for Locker Room Project Groundbreaking

Sheridan High School Activities Director Don Julian talked about the locker room project on The Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoe)

The groundbreaking ceremony for the new community-funded locker room facility at Sheridan High School will be held tonight at 5:30.

Malware’s Evolving, So Everyone Needs Protection Plan

Ryan Mullholland of Ptolomy spoke at the Chamber lunch. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

We are under attack everyday by people who want to steal the details of our lives to make a profit.

Announcements Include Governor’s Visit, Sales Training, Street Festival, Farmers Market

Several announcements were made during the Sheridan County Chamber lunch held Wednesday, including that Gov. Matt Mead would be in Sheridan on April 29.

Shelter Director Says Assemble Pet First Aid Kit

April is National Pet First Aid Month. So, Debie Crawford, who’s the executive director of the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter, took the opportunity this week on the Public Pulse show to say it’s a good idea for all pet owners to keep an emergency care kit on hand for their pets.

Athletes Gear-Up for Competition

Special Olympics athletes from the local area are gearing up for the state summer games by participating in competitions held in various communities throughout the state.

Swearing-In Ceremony for New Senator Set for Friday

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The swearing-in ceremony for Senator-Elect Brian Boner of Douglas who replaces Sen. Jim Anderson representing Converse and Platte counties will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 in the senate chambers of the capitol in Cheyenne. Administering the oath of office will be Chief Justice E. James Burke.