Archive - Mar 13, 2018

Shell Falls to Open This Year

Shell Falls will be open to the public this year starting on Memorial Day.

Enplanements Up From Last Year

Enplanements at Sheridan County Airport are up from last year, and 100 percent of the flights have been completed, according to Airport Manager John Stopka.

Tuesday 03-13-18

Wyoming Highway Patrol / Gary Trauner U.S. Senate Candidate for Wyoming

Chamber Lunch Features Legislative Recap

Each month the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce holds a lunch and program for their members an the public.

Often When Traveling, We Sure Appreciate the Cowboy State’s Isolation

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We are alone. But we are not lonely.

To me that describes what life in Wyoming is really like. With barely seven people per square mile, our state is one of the most isolated in the nation.

Jennings on Extra Budget Session Work

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The 2018 Budget Session has come and gone with the Budget Bill for the next 2 years ready for Governor Matt Mead’s approval.

Dealing With the Unresponsive

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A plan for dealing with non-responding residences in regard to the City of Sheridan’s water meter system replacement project was presented Monday night at a Sheridan City Council study session. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Enzi on Rebuilding the Military and Reforming the Pentagon

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During a recent oversight hearing that focused on the U.S. Department of Defense’s ongoing audit and business operations at the Pentagon, U.S.

'In God We Trust' Bill Dies In Wyoming Senate

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bill that would allow for displaying "In God We Trust" placards in Wyoming public school classrooms and state government buildings has died in the state Legislature.

Wyoming Legislature extends budget session

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Legislature has extended its session into this week after failing to agree on how to finance K-12 public education and on state construction projects.