Christmas Stroll Button Contest Ends With $1,000 Drawing

The Christmas Stroll button contest ended yesterday with the grand prize drawing held at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Top Stories From February 2009

We continue our look at the past year with the top stories from February 2009. Sheridan became the first community in the state to successfully create a railroad quiet zone.

A Look Back At March & April 2009

It’s time to relive some of the news highlights from March and April 2009.

Vision Beyond Borders Continues Its Work In Southeast Asia

Vision Beyond Borders is a ministry based in Sheridan that helps provide native language bibles, clothing and medical supplies to people in foreign countries.

Sheridan County Public Health Is Offering Another Flu Shot Clinic Today

Sheridan County Public Health will be holding another flu shot clinic today at their offices on South Main Street. Vaccinations for both the H1N1 and seasonal flu will be offered.

Freudenthal Hires NY Political Polling Firm

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Governor Dave Freudenthal's political committee this month paid $20,000 to a New York polling firm to measure public opinion of him and the field of likely Republican candidates.

Time To Start A Look Back At The Top Stories From 2009: January

This week we'll take a look back at some of the top stories of the year, starting with January.

MDU Comments On Proposed Rate Increase

For the past few weeks a hot topic of conversation has been the proposed Montana-Dakota Utilities electrical rate increase.

Barrasso And Enzi Vote Against Latest Healthcare Bill

Wyoming Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi were among the minority of the U.S. Senate to vote against the most recent healthcare proposal on Christmas Eve.

Former BLM Employee Files Lawsuit Against Agency

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A former Bureau of Land Management employee at the Casper Field Office in Wyoming has filed a lawsuit against the agency.

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