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January 17th, 2020

College District Announces Excellence Award Winners

Walt Wragge is recipient of the Northern Wyoming Community College District Trustee Leadership Award for 2019.

Sessions Added to Rec District Tumbling

After rolling out a tumbling program last year, the Sheridan Recreation District realized that it was something that the community desired to have.

Chamber Ambassadors Have Great 2019

At the recent Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, the Chair of each of the 5 Chamber standing committees gave a presentation recapping their work in 2019. Today we take a look at the Ambassadors Committee.

CAST’s New Role in Local Air Service

The Sheridan and Johnson Counties Critical Air Service Team known as CAST, will be taking on a new role in supporting local air service now that United Express has taken over as the state selected provider.

1/17/2020

Write-In: 01-17-2020

FS: FOR SALE
W: WANTED
WTD: WANTED TO DO
FR: FOR RENT
T: TRADE
GA: GIVEAWAY
BO: BEST OFFER
PU: PICKUP

FS: 1989 Chevy G-20 conversion van, half-ton, 350 fuel-injected engine, automatic with overdrive, tow package, new tires, battery, U-joints, brakes, doesn’t use oil or leak any, low mileage, $1500

January 16th

SHS Hoops fall at KW / Broncs Host Skyview Tonght / SC Hoops Home Tomorrow v Laramie County / Hawks Junior Hockey Home Saturday Night

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball teams were swept on the road at Casper Kelly Walsh last night.

The Lady Broncs lost 56-52 and played KW tough they play at Billings Skyview tonight a team they lost to at home before Christmas, Head coach Larry Ligocki.

Sheridan Man Sentenced in District Court

A Sheridan man was sentenced Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a number of charges stemming from an incident in Ranchester last March. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senators Enzi, Barrasso Comment on Passage of Trade Deal

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The U.S. Senate Thursday passed the United State-Mexico-Canada Agreement with an 89-10 vote. U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso of Wyoming both voted in favor of the trade agreement.