Archive - Apr 21, 2017

Should President Trump release his income tax returns?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
49% (401 votes)
No
47% (378 votes)
Undecided
4% (33 votes)
Total votes: 812

City to Serve as Passport Acceptance Facility

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Following the Sheridan City Council adoption of resolution 13-17, the City will now serve as a Passport Acceptance Facility. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Regulating Electronic Signage

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The City of Sheridan hosted the last of their public open houses Thursday night in an effort to garner feedback on an ordinance that is being proposed that would allow electronic signs in Sheridan.

Four Part Play Reading Series Begins Saturday

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Local Theater Artist and Educator Grace Cannon will be hosting a four part play reading series that will begin Saturday at the Sheridan Fulmer Library in the Inner Circle.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Fremont County residents and disaster response officials are making preparations for spring flooding.

Sheridan Bronc Senior Blayne Baker Mulls Over College Football Offers / Bronc Soccer Hosts Cheyenne South Tonight / Dan Hansen Track Invite Opens Saturday Morning

BRONC FOOTBALL - Sheridan high school Junior Blayne Baker will be a force for the bronc football team as he enters his senior season this fall.

Baker at 6'5 and 250 pounds has had the attention of college recruiters since he picked up plenty of playing time as a sophomore on the Bronc offensive and defensive lines.

This spring Baker has received offers to play at the University of Wyoming and Montana state we caught up this Baker at Sheridan high school this week.

Ag Committee Hears Report on Invasive Grasses

Information on the two newest invasive grasses in Sheridan County, Medusahead and ventenata, was presented at this month's meeting of the county's ag and natural resources committee.

County Approves, Accepts Reduced OJJDP Grant

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted a grant through the US Department of Justice's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) program for just under $14,000 which is significantly lower than it has been in recent years, according to County Attorney Tucker Ruby.

CRC Seeks Input For Community Needs Assessment

The Community Resource Center of Johnson County (CRC) is seeking input from county residents that will be compiled in a Community Needs Assessment to be used to acquire future grant funding through the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) program.