Rustin Burr


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Women Build Set for Saturday

On Saturday, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will host their 2019 Women Build Day at 1721 Willow Trail. Habitat Executive Director Christine Dieterich explains more about the annual event.

Sheridan County Museum, Warnke Talk Rosebud Diorama

The Sheridan County Museum and Historical Society have been renovating their space and changing the exhibits for their season opening later this month. One of the notable changes will be the absence of the Rosebud Diorama created by local resident Tom Warnke.

Arlo Guthrie at the WYO

On Tuesday Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant Back by Popular Demand Tour will roll through the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center.

YMCA Camp Space Still Open

Registration is open for the Sheridan County YMCA’s 2019 Summer Camps and there are still plenty of spots open for area children to participate.

County Liquor Licensees Now Required to Have TIPS Training

Alcoholic beverage servers in the City of Sheridan have been required to have TIPS training for some time, in an effort to decrease over serving and other problems related to consumption of alcohol.

Drug Take Back Day Garners Over 50lbs of Unwanted, Unused Medications

The Sheridan Police Department held their annual spring Drug Take Back event last Saturday at Sheridan’s Walgreen's. Police Lt.

Western Talks Supplemental Budget

During the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, a lot of time and attention was spent on the supplemental budget bill.

Sheriff Outreach Event Scheduled for Saturday

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting an outreach event on Saturday, which marks the first time they have held such an event in several months.

Western Recaps Freshman Legislative Session

The recent 2019 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature was the freshman experience for Cyrus Western, who was elected to serve in the Wyoming House of Representatives for District 51 last fall.

UW College Signing Day

Starting today, students from around the state and nation will be celebrating their choice to attend the University of Wyoming in the fall.

Commissioners Talk Flood Preparedness

The Sheridan County Commissioners recently talked about flood preparedness while guests on our news talk show Public Pulse.

$2.5 Million Gift Funds Two UW Programs

The University of Wyoming was recently presented with a $2.5 million gift from a couple originally from the state.

Use Caution with Controlled Burns

Now that spring has sprung, many are working on their spring cleaning projects.

A Tale of Two Judys

The University of Wyoming will be awarding two honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees during their commencement ceremonies next month.

Veterans Tax Exemption Deadline

There is about a month left for those that qualify to receive their veterans tax exemptions.

UW Trustees Work to Find Interim President

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees have had special executive sessions on one day for each of the last three weeks.

Biteman Talks Budget, Spending

Although the 2019 Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature was a General Session, meaning an off year from working on the state’s biennial budget, the legislators still produce a supplemental budget during those odd numbered years.

SCLT Plant Hike Wednesday

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is kicking off the month of May with a plant hike event on the Red Grade Trails.

Biteman Grades 2019 Legislative Session

The 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature has come and gone. With over 500 bills introduced in all, the legislature kept busy during the 40 day stint.

YMCA Gathering Community Feedback

The Sheridan County YMCA is gathering feedback from the community through two different mediums. Executive Director Liz Cassiday explains the first.