Archive - Dec 13, 2013

Local Caregiver Arrested for Stealing From Elderly Woman

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The Sheridan Police Department issued a news release that states that on Thursday, December 12, officers arrested 37-year-old Brook Bass of Ranchester for Felony Larceny.

Insurance Companies Say Federal Site Functioning

The two health insurance companies offering coverage in Wyoming under the federal Affordable Care Act say the Internet site people must use to enroll is working better and they're seeing a sharp increase in registrations.

AP News Update

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Endangered Species Act Reaches Milestone Anniversary

Grizzlies remain on endangerd list, for now.

The Wyoming News Service reports that this month is a milestone anniversary for the Endangered Species Act.

Should schools (secondary and college) monitor the social media activities of their students?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
24% (155 votes)
70% (445 votes)
5% (33 votes)
Total votes: 633

House Glows in Night Skies

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Many homes are glowing in the dark during the Christmas season, like this one at the corner of College and Main.(Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Many homes are glowing in the dark during the Christmas season, like this one at the corner of College and Main. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Community Considers Rec Center Build

Plans for a recreation center that would serve all the residents of Big Horn are still in a stage of exploration.

SHS Basketball v Natrona county tonight and host games with Riverton Saturday afternoon

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams play Natrona county tonight the girls will play in Casper the Broncs host the Mustangs at 7:00.

Lady Broncs Head coach Jessica Pickett has the Lady Broncs at 2-0 and says they went right back into the gym this week to keep refining their game.

Gallery Holds Winter Art Show, Sale

An artists' reception was held Thursday night at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery, showcasing the work of members of the Sheridan Artist's Guild.

School Board Approves Early Graduates

Buffalo High School Principal Chad Bourgeois spoke to the school board at their meeting this week, bringing requests from a number of students that wished to apply for early graduation.