Archive - Mar 8, 2018

Sportsman's Warehouse Holds 'Grand' Opening

Sportsman's Warehouse has been open on Brundage Lane since March 2, but Thursday was the store's grand opening.

Wyoming Republican Party Executive Committee Suspends Curley

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The Wyoming Republican Party Executive Committee met via teleconference on March 7, 2018. The committee is comprised of the state party officers plus seven State Central Committee members from around the state.

Bradshaw to Retire From G&F

Sheridan Region Fish Management Biologist Bill Bradshaw has announced his retirement from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department after over 31 years of service. His last day of work will be March 15, 2018.

Casual Conversations in History Set for Wednesday

On Wednesday, the March edition of the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum program Casual Conversations in History will take place.

Sheridan Broncs Basketball Scores

Sheridan Broncs - 73
Rock Springs Tigers - 64
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Sheriff Thompson Talks House Bills 141, 168

The 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature is nearing its end. While a recent guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County Sheriff Allen Thompson shared his thoughts on two bills that were introduced in the House of Representatives.

Jennings: House Wants More Spending, Senate Looks to Cut

The 2018 Budget Session is scheduled to end on Saturday but according to Local Representative Mark Jennings, they will likely need to use the extra three days that were unused in last year’s General Session, to get closer to an agreement.

Work to Commence on Antelope Butte Chairlifts This Summer

With donations increasing in both frequency and amount, Antelope Butte Foundation (ABF) will begin work on refurbishing the chairlifts this summer. A recent challenge grant of $180,000 by Tom Scott will cover the first 50% of the refurbishment costs.