June 18th, 2014

Country Music Lovers Flocking to Sheridan

Country music lovers from across the state are expected to start rolling in today for the Big Horn Country USA Camping and Music Festival in Sheridan.

Commission OKs State Service Contracts

The Sheridan County Commission approved two memorandum of understanding agreements Tuesday morning, with the state, one for a Guardian ad Litem program and the other for maternal and child health services.

16 Students Receive Medical Degrees

Sixteen students from Wyoming, including four from the local area, have received medical degrees from the University of Washington School of Medicine.

Dems Say Gov Sides With Partisan Politics Over Wyoming’s Future

Wyoming's Governor Matt Mead and the Republican Governors Association held a press conference this week to attack the EPA regulations proposed by President Obama. In response, Ana Cuprill of the Wyoming Democratic Party released the following statement.

Film Makers Need Help For Ranch Project

Two new york based movie-makers have their eyes on a local ranch as the subject of their documentary. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

June 17th

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Cornerstone Ceremony Set for Coffeen School

A cornerstone ceremony by the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Wyoming will officially mark completion of the new Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School.

Third Thursday Celebration Starts

Sheridan's first Third Thursday Street Festival kicks off in downtown Sheridan tomorrow.

A Look Back in Time: June 18, 1914

City Commissioner Canfield issued a notice this afternoon restricting use of water for this season.

City Staff Present Historical Revenue Review

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Earlier this year, the Sheridan County Commissioners requested several public meetings with the Sheridan City Council to work on areas of mutual interest. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on the story.