Spelling Bee Goes Into Extra Time

Murdock finished in second place and Riley McIntyre took third in the event sponsored by Century 21 BHJ Realty.

Barrasso: Taxes Lower, Jobs Coming Back

A little over a year into the Trump Administration, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso said Congress has passed the largest tax relief bill in the history of the country.

Rec District Talks Coed Volleyball, Corn Hole Tournament

The Sheridan Recreation District has an upcoming program for both men and women in the community to participate in.

Informational Meeting Held on Proposed ICE Detention Center

An informational meeting on the proposed ICE Detention Center in Uinta County near Evanston was held Thursday night at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

Law Started Business While Still in College

Josh Law founded his business, Flood Marketing, while he was still attending the University of Wyoming.

JCHC Board OK's Per Diem Contract For ER Coverage

At their recent meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center approved a per diem contract with a new doctor for emergency room (ER) coverage in the facility.

Trustees Give First-Reading Nod to Student Policy Series

Proposed changes in policies that address student services received first-reading approval from Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees at their meeting Thursday night.

Liquor License Transfer

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The Sheridan City Council will soon be considering the transfer of retail liquor license #2. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Barrasso Weighs In On Trump’s Infrastructure Plan

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming attended a meeting Wednesday at the White House with President Trump that focused on the president’s infrastructure plan.

First Lady Mead Partners With Foundations to Provide Books to Children

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First Lady Carol Mead has partnered with the McMurry Foundation and the Ellbogen Foundation to provide children throughout the state with a copy of her children’s book, Wyoming Firsts.

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