Archive - Jan 18, 2016 - News

Some Recent Movies Are All About the Cowboy State

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Not sure what a writer from Torrington, Oscar nominations and Rudyard Kipling have in common, but that is what this column covers.

Love Asks Barrasso Why Congress Can't Pass Bill to Allow Health Insurance Purchases Across State Lines

Republican U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming made a visit to Sheridan on Friday and one of his stops was at the Best Western in Sheridan for the Rotary Club meeting.

Game Official Says Lakes Are Freezing, But Don’t Drive on the Ice

Considering a recent report of a vehicle going through the ice covering Boysen Reservoir in Fremont County, Bud Stewart of the local Game and Fish office warns local ice fishermen and women that Lake DeSmet in Johnson County has just recently frozen over.

Sheridan Council to Discuss Water, Sewer Rates

UPDATE: The Sheridan City Council will be discussing water and sewer rates and utility assistance, during tonight’s meeting. Mayor John Heath gave us the preview.

New Ice Rink Offers Activities for Everyone

Activities are in full swing, now, at the ice-skating rink in Sheridan. What was an outdoor rink at the corner of Brundage and Sheridan Avenue is now enclosed in a new building.

Tickets Still Available for ‘Dueling Pianos’ Show

Tickets are going fast, but still available, for the Sheridan Rotary Club’s ‘Dueling Pianos’ fundraiser coming up on Friday.

Gillette Serial Thief Sentenced to Prison

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A Wyoming judge has sentenced a serial thief to three consecutive 7- to 10-year sentences in prison for multiple felony thefts around Gillette.

UPDATE: Sheridan Couple Could Serve 15 Years for Felony Child Abuse

UPDATE: Sheridan County residents Donna Gifford and Michael Tibbets could spend 15 years in prison for felony child abuse. After a five day trial conducted last week, both were found guilty Friday on three counts.

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Council Discusses Christmas Water Main Break

During their last regular meeting, the Buffalo City Councilman Russ Humphrey asked City Public Works Director Les Hook about an incident that happened on Christmas Day.