Archive - Feb 2, 2017

Community Flocks to Art Exhibit

People seemed as excited by the new location as by the art on display at the Sagebrush Community Art Center's reception for its seventh annual National Juried Art Show Thursday night.

Carroll’s Furniture Winner!

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Congratulations to Courtney Feist. (Pictured with Chris Carroll) Courtney won $699 toward the mattress set of her choice by playing the Carroll’s Furniture “What’s Your Home Décor’ Personality?” quiz!

Faas Enters Plea in District Court

The suspect in the 2015 Halloween Night Shooting entered a new plea in Sheridan County District Court Thursday. Judge John G. Fenn accepted Big Horn Resident Todd Faas’s plea of not guilty by reason of mental impairment or deficiency to one count of attempted murder in the second degree.

Conversations on Democracy at the Mars Theater

On Saturday, the UW Center for Global Studies will present Senator Malcolm Wallop Fund Conversations on Democracy in the Mars Black Box Theater in Sheridan. Erin Butler, Executive Director of the WYO Theater.

Thursday 02-02-17

Health Coach Erin Nitschke / When I'm 64 with Eric Frey

Building Condemned After Roof Collapse

The building at the corner of Brundage and Connor streets, across Brundage from Car Quest, has been roped off and declared unsafe after the roof collapsed this week.

Sheridan County Museum Closed Until May

As is customary, the Sheridan County Museum is closed from now until the first of May. According to Museum Director John Woodward, this regular closure is when they will remove old exhibits and install new ones.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

Constitutional amendment would restrict courts on education

Senate Kills Bill That Would Have Abolished Planning Area

The state Senate this week killed a measure that would have done away with the planning areas around cities and towns in Wyoming.

Olson to Start New COPE Program

Judy Olson, director of the Counseling in Overcoming Painful Emotions program, known as COPE, will start a new nine-week program on Feb. 7 at Frackelton's on North Main Street.