Sheridan Soldier Dies in Kuwait

FORT CAMPBELL, Kentucky - Sgt. First Class Phillip C. Tanner of Sheridan died Tuesday, October 26th at Ali Al Salem, Kuwait, of injuries sustained in a non-combat incident.

Questions Over Hill's Resignation

(AP) Cindy Hill, the Republican candidate for state
superintendent of public instruction resigned as an assistant

Freudenthal on Wolves and Heath Care

At his regularly-scheduled news conference Wednesday, Governor Dave Freudenthal discussed health care issues and wolf management in Wyoming.

Hospital to Possibly Add Medical Office Space Building

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees gave their approval to move forward with a Request for Proposal on a building that would provide medical office space.

Paying For Our “Free Lunch”

It is popular in Wyoming to think of yourself as a “fiscal hawk.” Well, it might be that “fiscal piglets” may be more apropos.

Penny Power Meetings Being Held Prior To Tuesday's Election

Charts show how the one-cent tax benefits many throughout Sheridan County.

With the General Election less than a week away, officials from Sheridan County and the City of Sheridan are holding informational meetings on the One-Cent Optional Sales Tax that is up for renewal on

Industry Partnership Grant Available Through Workforce Development Council

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council has announced the release of an Industry Partnership Solutions grant opportunity with the intent of supporting industry partnership collaborations that bring

Summer, Summer, Summer...WINTER!...Summer?

“Madame Summer” certainly seemed to enjoy her vacation in the Big Horns this year...after a longer-than-usual summer season, Old Man Winter seems to finally have “rolled into town,” if you wil

“Going Pro”: 2010 Christmas Stroll Design Winner

“Going Pro”: 2010 Christmas Stroll Design Winner

GOP Party Bus Rolls Into Sheridan

The GOP Party Bus made a stop in Sheridan Monday.

The Wyoming GOP Party Bus began its statewide tour last Friday in Cheyenne, and Monday the Bus made a stop in downtown Sheridan at the local GOP headquarters. Wyoming Republican Party Chair Diana Vaughan says that the bus tour has been going well.

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