Kinner on Committee Bills

As the 2019 General Session nears the end of the road, at least one local member of the 65th Wyoming Legislature would like to see committee sponsored bills make it to the finish line.

Pro Football Pick'em Winner

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Sam Summers picking up his 55 inch Samsung Curve TV as the overall winner of the First Northern Bank, Sheridan Physical Therapy. Prize courtesy of Sears Hometown Store

Clara Leno Celebrates 102 Years

Clara Leno celebrated a milestone Monday.

Western Talks SF118

Senate File 118 was recently passed by a unanimous vote through the House Revenue Committee.

Sheridan Commission to Work Through Light Agenda

The Sheridan County Commission will work through a light agenda Tuesday morning.

'State of the County' To Be Given at Chamber Lunch

Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny will be giving the annual “State of the County” address at this month's Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

Dining for a Cause Raises Over $14K for the Food Group

The latest Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s in downtown Sheridan raised a little over $14,000 for The Food Group, a Sheridan nonprofit organization that provides meals on weekends to children throughout Sheridan County.

Kinner: 7 Days Left in Session

The 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature is drawing to a close with less than two weeks remaining.

Kinskey Talks 24/7 Bill

A bill that would change the way the Wyoming judicial system treated substance abuse cases has made its way almost to fruition in the state legislature.

Jennings Comments on Remaining Legislation

With the 2019 General Session coming to a close, there are still plenty of bills that are being worked on by the 65th Wyoming Legislature.

Sheridan Man Sentenced for Strangulation Charge

A 29-year-old Sheridan man was sentenced in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

‘Love Shouldn’t Hurt’ Fundraiser

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The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan will be hosting their 2nd annual “Love Shouldn’t Hurt” fundraiser tonight at the Kalif Shrine Center on Loucks Street in Sheridan.

Advocacy and Resource Center Receives Key Service Award

At the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for February, the Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) was awarded the Key Service Award of Excellence, which honors local nonprofit organizations with a significant positive impact on the community.

Class For Younger Drivers Designed To Save Lives

A class to be offered in Buffalo next week may save lives and may also qualify for a discount from insurance companies for younger drivers.

Pickleball Group Seeks Permission, Funding To Expand Courts

Cloud Peak Pickleball of Buffalo is looking to increase the number of courts they have to play on from their current three courts they have at the old tennis courts near the Buffalo Childrens' Center.

Senate Prepared Bills to Ensure Spending Stays Minimal

Local Representative Mark Kinner was confused by what he called the Senate “suspending their rules” to ensure that there was a contingency plan if the two bodies did not come to an agreement on the state’s supplemental budget.

WYO Renovations Resume

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Renovation work has resumed at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Barrasso on Green New Deal: ‘We Need Solutions, Not Socialism’

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso recently shared his thoughts on the Senate floor on the "Green New Deal" resolution that was introduced by Democrats last week.

Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Hosts 2018 Awards of Excellence

At the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for February, the Chamber issued six Excellence Awards to involved community members and hard-working local businesses alike.

Frackelton Subject of 'Conversations'

Dr. William Frackelton, whose dental office was once on the second floor of the building now occupied by Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan, was the focus of Helen Laumann's Conversations in History Wednesday.