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Tass Talks Freshman Session

Last November, Richard Tass became the newest Incumbent Representative for House District 40 after Mike Madden retired.

Wyoming Joins Energy Advocacy Group

Wyoming has joined a newly formed advocacy group that seeks to help the state access global markets for its natural gas reserves. Governor Mark Gordon led the state to join the Western State and Tribal Nations through a Memorandum of Understanding.

Wyoming Culinary Institute Serving Lunch for the Summer

Sheridan College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management students will be overseeing The Wyoming Culinary Institute in Sheridan as they open for lunch on weekdays this summer.

Rep. Cheney Talks Speaker of the House, Investigation into Trump

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Liz Cheney, Wyoming’s lone representative in the United States House of Representatives, recently commented on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and the Investigation into President Donald Trump.

Work to Start Soon on Upper Road Project

Crews are gearing up for the summer construction season in Wyoming. Sheridan County Commissioner Nick Siddle shared that the Upper Road Construction Project should get underway soon.

SPD Participates in Border to Border Campaign

During the month of May, the Sheridan Police Department participated in the Border to Border Seatbelt Campaign in their jurisdiction. Lt.

Local Ponds Stocked by G&F

Fishery staff from the Tillett Springs Rearing Station near Lovell stocked fish in the Sheridan County Fairgrounds and Mavrakis ponds on Tuesday. Fish stocked were catchable sized rainbow trout around 8-10 inches long transported via truck with insulated and oxygenated water tanks.

Management Coordinator Praises Community After Flooding

Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards said that he is very proud of how the community responded to the flooding on Tuesday.

Flood Update from Emergency Coordinator

Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards said that this round of flooding has been one of the more unusual events he can recall living in the area.

Flooding in Sheridan County

Some pictures of the flooding from around Sheridan County.

UW Upgrading Doctor of Education Program

The University of Wyoming has joined with a handful of other institutions around the country to upgrade their Doctor of Education programs through the Carnegie Project.

CWD Public Meeting Thursday in Sheridan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be hosting an event on Thursday at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

Eaton’s Horse Drive Cancelled

The Annual Eaton’s Horse Drive scheduled to take place in Sheridan on Sunday morning has been cancelled. Nate Schmeiser, one of Eaton’s Wranglers, shares the details.

UW To Offer Entrepreneurship Major, Minor Starting Fall 2019

The University of Wyoming will be offering Major and Minor Degrees in Entrepreneurship starting this fall. UW Vice President for Communications and Marketing Chad Baldwin explains.

Super Tag Raffle

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is continuing their Super Tag Raffle program this year.

Jennings on 2019 General Session

The 2019 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature is in the rear view mirror now, but some legislators are worried about how much was accomplished.

Cloud Peak Energy “Open for Business” During Bankruptcy Process

Earlier this month Cloud Peak Energy, which owns and operates the Spring Creek Coal Mine north of Sheridan County in Montana, filed voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

TRVCC Moves to New Location This Summer

The Tongue River Valley Community Center’s Ranchester branch, will be moving to a new location this summer.

Local Man Continues Quest to Conquer the 7 Summits

Sheridan’s own Darren Rogers will continue his quest to conquer the 7 Summits when he travels to Russia on Saturday. The 7 Summits are the highest points of each continent and Rogers recently conquered the highest point in the world, Mt. Everest in 2016.

Trail End State Historic Site Memorial Day, Summer Hours

The Trail End State Historic Site will be open over the long Memorial Day weekend and they will change to their summer hours of operation shortly there after.