School District Continues Superintendent's Contract

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 voted Tuesday night to continue the contract of District Superintendent Marty Kobza, which is effective through June 30, 2019.

Alleged Murderer Makes Initial Court Appearance

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The man accused of killing 47-year-old Eric Kaylor of Sheridan last week, made his initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Tuesday.

College District Boasts 100 Ag Students

The local community college district now has 100 agriculture students, including 15 at Gillette College and the balance at Sheridan College.

Tickets Available for Museum Gala Featuring Michael Martin Murphey

A week from Thursday, the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will host their 3rd Annual Gala Featruing Michael Martin Murphey at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Tickets are still available to join in on the fun according to Museum Director John Woodward.

Sheriff to Holds More Community Outreach Events

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office has held three Community Outreach events over the past couple of months, one in Ranchester, one in Big Horn, and one in the Story/Banner area.

Rep. Biteman Planning to Introduce Two Bills During Budget Session

During the upcoming Budget Session, legislators wanting to propose new bills will need to have a two thirds vote to get that process rolling.

Sheridan College Sign Master Plan Approved by Council

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The Sheridan City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night at City Hall. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

STT Director Talks Winter Tourism

Tourism in Sheridan continues to be a key cog in the economy, as there are no shortage of events throughout the year that attract people from afar.

G&F Stresses Safety While Ice Fishing

Ice fishing season is in full swing and officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are encouraging anglers to think safety first.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — New revenue forecasts predict increasing oil patch activity in Wyoming will generate more tax revenue for the state's depleted coffers.

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