Archive - Mar 30, 2018

Sportsmen's Association Gets Grant to Fund Women's Classes

On Friday evening, the Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association (SCSA) celebrated receiving a grant from the NRA. The money is to be used for equipment for new women’s classes. Until January of this year, there had not been any classes specifically for women.

Red Grade Opens Sunday

Sheridan County’s Red Grade Road will open to wheeled traffic on Sunday.

Mark Gordon Announces Northwest Wyoming Campaign Tour

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Everywhere, Wyoming – After announcing his campaign for Governor, Wyoming Treasurer Mark Gordon is continuing his statewide tour announcing a slate of informal receptions in Meeteetse, Cody, Powell, Greybull, Basin, Thermopolis, Jackson and Pinedale.

Symons Announces Run for State House District 30

Local resident Gail Symons has announced her intent to run for the Wyoming House of Representatives. She said that she will run as a republican candidate for House District 30. Current incumbent of House District 30, Mark Jennings, has yet to announce whether he will run for the seat again or not.

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Safety Series: Firearms

Today, we continue our Safety Series with a look at Firearm Safety with the Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association. With gun ownership, comes gun responsibility according to SCSA Board President Dan Kucera.

BBB Warns of Sheridan Based Online Retailer

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The Better Business Bureau of Northern Colorado and Wyoming is warning consumers of a Sheridan-based online retailer. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Career and Technical Education Conference

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State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan recently attended a national conference in Wisconsin that was hosted by educators in the field of career and technical education.

New Data Shows Dramatic Increase in Wyoming Gonorrhea Infections

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New data available from the Wyoming Department of Health shows that Wyoming’s gonorrhea rates have increased dramatically in recent years.