Senator Enzi Feels It’s Time to Consider ATF’s Future

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U.S. Senator for Wyoming Mike Enzi issued a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee that states that functions performed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, may be better performed by other law enforcement agencies.

Call Goes Out for Spelling Bee Participants

The Wyoming State Spelling Bee won't happen until next year, but co-hosts of the event are already putting out a call for participants.

Veterans Overcome Obstacles Through CHAPS

Veterans in Sheridan County and at Sheridan's VA Medical Center are learning to cope with issues ranging from PTSD and fear to addictions with the help of CHAPS.

Story Man Arrested After Crash

A 47-year-old Story man was arrested for driving while under the influence after he crashed into a fence on Fish Hatchery Road early Sunday night.

Hospital Cafeteria Food is Something to Brag About

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Incredible food at incredible prices, that’s the boast of Sheridan County Memorial Hospital’s cafeteria and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott went to check it out and brings us this story.

A Look Back in Time: June 9, 1915

Rev. A.L. Jones and his wife were injured in an automobile accident on South Main last night when their car was struck by a vehicle driven by Dr. J.H. Bradfield.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The competition is heating up as more Republican Presidential nominees enter the political race prompting this week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question which asks: “Who do you favor for the Republican Presidential nomination?”:

Ben Carson

Sheridan County Creeks Below Flood Level

Sheridan County's rivers and creeks were looking good this morning, and should stay that way for at least the next couple of days.

Johnson County Fire Warden Resigns

Johnson County's Commissioners have officially accepted the resignation of the current fire warden Rick Farris.

Design Plan Approved for Capitol Restoration Project

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The Capitol Building Restoration Oversight Group has approved draft design plans for the capitol that would increase public meeting rooms, overall, and provide offices for the secretary of state and the state treasurer and auditor around the rotunda on the first floor.

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