Archive - Feb 2016

February 29th

Berger Previews Last Week of Legislative Session

As we move into the last week of the state legislative session, State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn talked about bills during a phone interview early this morning.

AARP Offers Free Tax Prep

Some people dread this time of year because it is the time when people need to compile their personal and business information to file taxes. With that thought in mind, the AARP is offering free tax preparation at the local senior center in Sheridan.

UW Research Inspires Mule Deer Conservation Effort

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A recent assessment of the mule deer population in Wyoming conducted by the University of Wyoming has paved the way for an easier migration path for the herds.

UPDATE: Missing Girl Found Alive, Suspect in Custody

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A 4-year-old girl missing since Friday night was found alive Sunday afternoon on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana.

February 28th

Felker / Hastings win state titles for the Broncs at state swimming and wrestling / Rams - Eagles qualify for state hoops / Bronc / Lady Bronc regional hoops open Thursday

STATE WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers finished 4th at the state championships Saturday in Casper, they had one state champion as Hayden Hastings capped off his season with a state title at 160 pounds.

STATE SWIMMING - The Bronc swimmers had a tremendous weekend at their state meet with an impressive 4th place finish, congratulations goes out to the Broncs Presley Felker who was the state champ in the 100 Butterfly.

Change Planned at County Museum

The direction of the Sheridan County Museum will change starting this year.

Big Horn Units Respond to Brush Fire

Two Big Horn fire units responded to a report of a controlled burn that got a little out of control late Sunday morning.

Work to Revive Picnic Going on for a While

Organizers planning to revive the Monarch picnic, also known as the Underground Miners' picnic, have been working for a while.

Halo Vets Visit Sheridan

A sled hockey game at M&M's Center capped the weekend for five veterans who visited Sheridan late last week as part of the national Halo for Freedom Wounded Warrior Foundation.