Archive - Sep 28, 2018

Friday Night Scoreboard


Sheridan - 49
Cheyenne South - 6

Big Horn - 42
Pine Bluffs - 7


Rock Springs - 2
Sheridan - 1
25-16, 22-25, 15-13

Sheridan Teachers Visit Ramaco Facilities

Charlie Atkins talks about Ramaco's plans during a teachers' tour of Ramaco Carbon facilities. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Seven high school teachers asked questions and watched the process for creating products using 3-D printing in a visit to Ramaco Carbon's facilities in Sheridan Friday afternoon.

Author Craig Johnson Shares Wild Ride with Sheridan Longmire Fans

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” {Albert Camus} . . . This Craig Johnson pet sentiment invites readers into “Depth of Winter”, his newest New York Times best-seller in the “Longmire Mystery Series”.

Rea Watts

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A celebration of the life of Rea Watts, 93 year old Buffalo resident who passed away quietly at her home in Buffalo, surrounded by her family, will be held at a later date. Interment will be in Willow Grove Cemetery. Donations in Mrs. Watts memory may be made to the Buffalo Senior Center in care of the Harness Funeral Home at 351 N. Adams in Buffalo.

Shred Fest Open to the Public Wednesday

On Wednesday, Sheridan County residents are encouraged to take advantage of the Shred Fest event at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

Do you want to see SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to the office?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
62% (761 votes)
35% (436 votes)
3% (39 votes)
Total votes: 1236

Power Outages, Phone Trouble at Sheridan PD

Update 10:35am
The regular line for the Sheridan Police Department, 672-2413, is back online and running as usual. Non emergency calls should be directed to that line.

Removing Obstacles for Young Parents in Wyoming

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We conclude our series today about a new report that highlighted the many obstacles that young parents and their children face in Wyoming. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Wyoming Insurance Commissioner, Bipartisan Senate Panel Seek Rural Health Care Answers

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Competing for a chance of winning a bull riding world championship in 2012, Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Glause’s son came out of the gate with a bull named Canadian Tuxedo spinning hard to the right.