Sheridan County

Wyoming’s Senator Barrasso Concerned About Obama’s Last Days

U.S. Senator John Barrasso said he was very pleased to be able to drop in for the Republican women’s federation convention over the weekend in Sheridan to talk about some of the issues being addressed, right now, in Washington.

Commissioners Vacate 5-Mile Road

Sheridan County commissioners vacated a county road in Ranchester and approved operations of a quarry and a bazaar in a meeting that lasted less than half an hour Tuesday morning.

Shopapalooza Raises Money for Domestic Violence Center

The “shopportunity,” as it's being billed, to raise money for a local nonprofit organization that helps victims of domestic violence, is coming up this week.

Volunteers Needed Immediately for Shelter Roof Build Project

The roofing project for the dog runs at the animal shelter in Sheridan has begun, so volunteers are needed, immediately. Shelter Director Debie Crawford said they'll be working on the project throughout the daytime hours, from about 9-4, through Friday.

Superintendent’s Looking Forward to Antelope Hunt

Wyoming’s State Superintendent will be a guest this weekend for the Women’s Antelope Hunt at the Ranch in Ucross. I talked with Jillian Balow about the event during the Reagan Day Dinner held Saturday in Sheridan.

Balow: Education in Wyoming Has Become Polarized

Several of Wyoming's top elected state officials were in Sheridan this past week. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details on one of their appearances here.

Story Residents Seek Information on Project

Story residents met with Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastoch and Sheridan County commissioners Monday to learn the status of a project aimed at reducing the risk of fire in the heavily wooded community south of Sheridan.

District 2 Trustees Seek Compulsory Attendance Law

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 2 will again seek legislation next year to lower the compulsory age of children entering school to six years old.

Arson Trial Starts for Sheridan Man Accused in Office Blaze

Trial is starting in Casper for a man accused of setting a fire that damaged the Sheridan County Attorney's Office last summer.

Thirty-seven-year-old Joel S. Elliott is standing trial starting Monday before U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 6, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 6, 1915.

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