Heart Attacks Leading Cause of Death in Women

February is National Heart Health Month, and Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair continues our series today with a look at heart attacks in women.

Lake DeSmet Water Rights Bill Shot Down In Senate

House Bill No. 118, the bill that would allow the negotiations for the state to purchase water rights in Lake DeSmet has gone down to defeat in the Wyoming Senate.

Buffalo To Help With New Mural Grant Application

Buffalo's City Council has agreed to look into helping acquire grant funding to pay for a new mural on the side of the Clear Creek Cantina building downtown.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 17, 1917

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 Feb. 17, 1917.

Sheridan Youth Achieves Milestone in CAP

Kavan Bede of Sheridan achieved a milestone in the Civil Air Patrol Thursday night when he was promoted to second lieutenant and assumed duties as cadet commander in ceremonies at the National Guard Armory.

Travel, Tourism Director Sees Good News in Tax Numbers

Lodging tax revenues are down in Sheridan from last year, but there's reason for cautious optimism, according to Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Shawn Parker.

Buffalo Police Chief: Runaway Found Safe

A Buffalo youth was reported as a runaway early Thursday morning, and Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder notified local media asking for the public's help in locating 11-year old Ethan Crawford they said ran away from his home in Buffalo that morning.

Game and Fish Dates to Remember

While a guest on our News Talk Show Public Pulse recently, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Bud Stewart, talked about several upcoming dates of interest to hunters.

“Artrageous” Event Set for Saturday at the WYO

What combines portraits being painted, high energy dancing, singing, and lots of audience involvement?

Gas Pipeline Board Seeks SLIB Grant

The Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board will seek a $1 million grant from Wyoming's State Loan and Investment Board to help finance a natural gas pipeline to serve the Ranchester/Dayton area.

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