Archive - Mar 2, 2018 - News

Senate Candidate Attends Rotary Lunch

Among those attending Friday's Rotary Club lunch was Gary Trauner, a Democrat who's seeking the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Republican John Barrasso.

New Observatory Focus of Talk at Rotary

Misty Stoll wants people to think of Fort Phil Kearny as a gateway to the heavens.

Long Line Forms for Rodeo Tickets

A long line was already waiting outside the WYO Theater when tickets for this year's Sheridan-WYO Rodeo went on sale at 7 Friday morning.

Sheridan PD Testing Body Cams

The Sheridan Police Department is excited to announce that they will be implementing a body cam system in the near future.

Sheriff’s Outreach Event in Sheridan on Wednesday

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office has been hosting events around the county for the last several months, designed to garner feedback from the community.

Jennings Update on Stand Your Ground Bill

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A House and a Senate version of the Stand Your Ground Bill has been approved by each body. Now, they will trade bills and consider each other’s versions.

Standing the Test of Time

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Standing the test of time is a phrase that would certainly fit a certain business in downtown Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Application Period for Bar and Grill License Ends Soon

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The application deadline for One of the two additional bar and grill licenses that the City of Sheridan received last year is the end of the business day today.

Wyoming News Update

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Air service bill sails through Wyoming House committee

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bill that seeks to preserve and enhance commercial air service in Wyoming has cleared a state House committee.

The House Appropriations Committee on Thursday unanimously approved Senate File 40, sending it to the full House for further debate.