Archive - Jan 26, 2016 - News

Today's Legislative Forum Featured 13 Presentations

Sheridan and Johnson County legislators attended the Legislative Session in Sheridan. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

All of Sheridan and Johnson county's state legislators attended today's Legislative Forum held at the Sheridan City Hall. Seated in the picture, inset, from the left, are Senator Dave Kinskey, Rep. Mark Jennings, Rep. Rosie Berger, Rep. Mike Madden, Rep. Mark Kinner and Senator Bruce Burns.

News Reporting in Big Horn Basin is as Good as Anywhere in the State

Posted in

It is easy to feel good about Wyoming’s future when visiting the Big Horn Basin.

Local VOA’s Conducting Homeless Count

A count of homeless people residing in Sheridan County is currently being tallied.

Auditions Continue for ‘Yankee Tavern’

Auditions for the Civic Theatre Guild’s spring play, “Yankee Tavern,” continue tonight and tomorrow night.

Rotary’s ‘Dueling Pianos’ Show Raises $26K

Sasha Johnston of the local Rotary club in Sheridan said Friday night’s Dueling Pianos show was a success.

Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee Chair Previews Legislative Forum

The legislative forums being held today and tomorrow in Sheridan are hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Affairs Committee.

Memphis or Bust

Posted in
Melissa B Band-courtesy photo

Flying out to Memphis today, the Melissa B Band will be competing in the International Blues Challenge this week and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott sat down with Melissa Butcher and brings us this story.

School District Two and College District Trustees Hold Joint Dinner Meeting

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Trustees from the Northern Wyoming Community College District and Sheridan County School District #2 held their annual joint dinner meeting Monday night at the college. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Next Dining for a Cause to Benefit CHAPS

Posted in

The next “Dining for a Cause” fundraiser is Monday at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan. Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership, or CHAPS will be the beneficiary of Monday’s fundraiser.

Museum Officials Working on Two-Year Exhibit Plan

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

While the Sheridan County Museum may be closed for the season, officials are busy preparing exhibits for when the museum reopens in the spring. Museum Director John Woodward explained the process while he was a guest Monday on our news talk show Public Pulse.