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NewsSeason Setting Meetings Start Tonight Rustin Burr014 hours 33 min ago
NewsLocal SHRM Chapter Seeks New Members Rustin Burr014 hours 37 min ago
NewsUW Website Makes County Data Available Rustin Burr03 days 8 hours ago
NewsOver $12,000 Raised at SCLT Pint Night Rustin Burr03 days 8 hours ago
NewsInefficient Systems Major Catalyst for Capitol Renovation Rustin Burr03 days 8 hours ago
PollDo you support efforts to build new cell towers in Grand Teton National Parks? Rustin Burr03 days 13 hours ago
NewsSheridan College Demo Days Rustin Burr04 days 10 hours ago
NewsState Capitol Building Renovation Project Rustin Burr05 days 13 hours ago
NewsBlizzard Warning In Effect Until Noon Thursday Rustin Burr05 days 13 hours ago
NewsPink Flamingo Fundraiser Rustin Burr06 days 14 hours ago
NewsLegislative Recap Scheduled for Chamber Lunch Rustin Burr06 days 14 hours ago
VideoHome & Garden Show 2019 Rustin Burr06 days 15 hours ago
NewsWyoming Works Strange Path to Governor’s Desk Rustin Burr01 week 3 days ago
NewsJennings on 2019 General Session Bills Rustin Burr01 week 3 days ago
PollWhat will you vote for in the City of Sheridan's Water Survey? Rustin Burr01 week 3 days ago
NewsKinskey on House Bill 38 Rustin Burr01 week 3 days ago
NewsKinner Talks Grizzly Hunt Bill Rustin Burr01 week 4 days ago
NewsTass on Strange Journey Veterans Facility Bill Took Rustin Burr01 week 5 days ago
NewsBiteman Pleased HB 220 Failed Rustin Burr01 week 5 days ago
NewsHouse Leadership Spotlight Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
NewsGovernor Gordon Explains Veto of HB38 Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
VideoCenter Stage: The Hub on Smith Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
NewsKinner on SJ3, SF43 Rustin Burr02 weeks 12 hours ago
NewsGovernor Gordon Talks Grizzly Bear Bill Rustin Burr02 weeks 12 hours ago
NewsKinskey Getting Comfortable in the Legislature Rustin Burr02 weeks 16 hours ago

Season Setting Meetings Start Tonight

This week, several meetings will be taking place regarding the 2019 hunting seasons for big game, wild turkey, small game, and upland and migratory game birds.

Local SHRM Chapter Seeks New Members

The Big Horn Mountain Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management or SHRM is looking for new members to join their ranks.

UW Website Makes County Data Available

Thanks to the University of Wyoming website, details about the University’s interactions with the 23 counties are available for the public to view.

Over $12,000 Raised at SCLT Pint Night

Recently, the Sheridan Community Land Trust was the recipient of over $12,000 in funds during a Community Party Pint Night at Sheridan’s Black Tooth Brewing Company.

Inefficient Systems Major Catalyst for Capitol Renovation

Two of the main catalysts for the Wyoming Capitol Renovation project were safety issues and inefficient, outdated systems.

Sheridan College Demo Days

On Wednesday, Sheridan College will host their demo day for the Technical Center, the Culinary Arts and Hospitality, and the Computer Science programs. High School Juniors, Seniors, and homeschool students will engage in hands on activities as well as receive tours and faculty demonstrations.

State Capitol Building Renovation Project

The Wyoming State Capitol has been under construction for a couple of years now with the completion of the project expected to be this summer.

Blizzard Warning In Effect Until Noon Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning that went into effect Wednesday morning and will last through Thursday at noon. NWS Billings Office Meteorologist Brian Tesar explains more.

Pink Flamingo Fundraiser

Reproductive Healthcare of the Bighorns will be hosting their annual Pink Flamingo Fundraiser on Saturday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds with heavy horderves, dancing, and more set to take place.

Legislative Recap Scheduled for Chamber Lunch

It is already the second week of March and that means it is time for the next Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

Wyoming Works Strange Path to Governor’s Desk

Senate File 122, known as the Wyoming Works Bill, had a strange journey in the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature.

Jennings on 2019 General Session Bills

The 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature is wrapped up and Governor Mark Gordon will have a few more days to take action on the pieces of legislation that made it to his desk.

Kinskey on House Bill 38

Per diem rates and pay in general for a legislator varies state by state. According to some sources, Wyoming’s Legislators receive some of the lowest financial compensation amounts and House Bill 38 sought to adjust just that.

Kinner Talks Grizzly Hunt Bill

It is possible that Wyoming will allow for a grizzly bear hunting season for the first time in decades now that Senate File 93 has passed all the requirements needed to become law.

Tass on Strange Journey Veterans Facility Bill Took

After several weeks of work, House Bill 82 was signed into law by Governor Mark Gordon authorizing the creation of a Skilled Veterans Nursing Facility in Buffalo.

Biteman Pleased HB 220 Failed

Towards the end of the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, House Bill 220 was a bill of great interest to many.

House Leadership Spotlight

The Wyoming Legislature has leadership appointed for each body and each party.

Governor Gordon Explains Veto of HB38

House Bill 38 came out of the recent General Session of the Wyoming Legislature and was vetoed by Governor Mark Gordon.

Kinner on SJ3, SF43

December 10 of this year has been officially recognized as Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Day thanks to Senate Joint Resolution 3 being signed by Governor Mark Gordon.

Governor Gordon Talks Grizzly Bear Bill

In 2018, the State of Wyoming was all set to have a grizzly bear hunting season for the first time in more than 40 years before a federal judge halted the enterprise 2 days before it would have opened for licensees.