This Week’s Poll Question

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The federal government owns nearly 640 million acres, about 28% of the land in the United States. In Wyoming, state and federal governments combined, own nearly half the acreage in the state.

National Weather Service Forecasts 2-5 Inches of Snow

A winter weather advisory for the Sheridan and surrounding areas is in effect until late this afternoon.

SAWS Holds Special Meeting

A special public meeting regarding the consolidation of the Sheridan Area Water Supply system, referred to as SAWS, will be held next week.

Sheridan County Commission Meets Next Week

The Sheridan County Commission will consider a request for federal and state airport aid for wildlife fence replacements, during next week’s meeting, along with enlargements of three fire districts -- Big Horn, Clearmont and the Sheridan Area Rural.

Sheridan Council to Discuss Water, Sewer Rates

The Sheridan City Council will be discussing water and sewer rates and utility assistance, during the upcoming meeting.

Sheridan Media’s Annual Bridal Prevue

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Saturday, the atrium of the Sheridan Holiday Inn became a one-stop shop for everything wedding. Sheridan Media’s Annual Bridal Prevue featured over 20 vendors including photographers, jewelers, caterers, wedding cake makers and so much more.

Classic Western Film Series Features ‘The Cowboys’

The classic western movie series returns to the WYO Theater this weekend, with John Wayne’s classic film, “The Cowboys.”

Parents Found Guilty of Child Abuse

After five days, the child abuse trial for Sheridan County residents Michael Tibbets and Donna Gifford came to a close Friday in District Court in Sheridan. After the jury spent two and a half hours in deliberations, they came back with a guilty verdict for both parents on all three charges.

U.S. Senator Barrasso Speaks to Sheridan Rotarians

U.S. Senator John Barrasso, a Republican from Wyoming, was in Sheridan today.

Witness Testimony in Sheridan Child Abuse Case Continues to be Disturbing

Witness testimony in the child abuse trial going on this week in Sheridan District Court continues to be disturbing. A case worker, teachers and a foster parent of two of the three children involved have painted a picture of Donna Gifford and Michael Tibbets as hoarders who were raising their children in a filthy trailer home piled with dirty laundry, rotten food and animal waste, and making them fend for themselves.

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