Archive - Feb 8, 2017

Treide Named Business Person of Year

Chamber President Adam Bunker, left, and Business Person of the Year PJ Treide. (Photo by Pat Blair)

PJ Treide, owner of Bighorn Design Studio, was named the business person of the year Wednesday during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Pro Football Pickem’ Season Winner!

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Cameron Kaul was our season winner of the Sheridan Physical Therapy, McDonalds Pro Football Pickem’. He stopped by to pick up his 40 inch Samsung LD/HD TV. Congratulations to ALL of our winners during this fun promotion! Stay tuned for Hoops Hysteria!!

February is ‘Heart Health Month’

February is National Heart Health Month, and we will be featuring a number of guests over the next several weeks on our news talk show Public Pulse who’ll will be discussing various issues pertaining to heart health and heart disease.

Winter Driving Safety Tips From WYDOT

The winter that we’ve had thus far has certainly been more severe than in recent years, which has prompted the Wyoming Department of Transportation to remind motorists of a few safety tips to help you get to your destination safely.

Tuesday 02-07-17

Sheridan County Chamber / SPD

College Scholarships Available from County Commissioners

At the regularly scheduled Sheridan County Commissioners meeting Tuesday morning, the commissioners announced that their annual scholarships can now be applied for. Commission Chairman Steve Maier.

George Greet

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Funeral services for George Greet, 102 year old long time Ten Sleep area rancher, who passed away Sunday evening at the home of his son in Buffalo, will be held Tuesday, February 14th at 2:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Ten Sleep, Wyoming with Pastor Richard Stenbakken officiating. Interment will be in the Ten Sleep Cemetery with graveside services to follow the funeral.

Symons Talks Bills That Affect Sheridan County

Gail Symons has been in the State’s Capital during the current Legislative Session working on her blog Civics 307. She mostly has been following controversial bills or those that could affect Sheridan County.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — University of Wyoming athletics director Tom Burman says he has concerns about a bill in the state Legislature that would allow for the concealed carrying of firearms at university athletic events.