Archive - Oct 19, 2016 - News

5th Street Bridge Construction Nearly Completed

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According to the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s Public Information Specialist Ronda Holwell, construction at the 5th street bridge project is nearly finished and the road is now open to all traffic.

Rodeo Royalty Fundraiser Cancelled

A fundraiser for Sheridan County's rodeo royalty, scheduled Saturday at High Mountain Mercantile, has been cancelled.

What is the Lodging Tax?

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The continuation of the lodging tax will once again be on ballots during this year’s election. Shawn Parker, Executive Director for Sheridan Travel and Tourism, explained what that item is.

Meet the Candidates: Sheridan County School District #2

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There are eight candidates running for 5 available four year seats on the Sheridan County School District #2 Board during this election.

Sheridan Police: Home Invasion Intruder Was Intoxicated

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While a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse Wednesday, Sheridan Police Lieutenant Tom Ringley provided more details regarding the home invasion over the weekend that resulted in the death of 39-year-old Terry Twomey of Sheridan.

Ranchester Buys Prints for Information Center

Ranchester's town council will buy 16 prints of historic buildings in the Ranchester area to be placed in the town's Information Center.

More Than Just a Trophy: Hunting for Empowerment

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Tonya Lewman walks through the fog and sagebrush while scouting for antelope Oct. 7, near Ucross. Lewman was one of 45 hunters who participated in the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt. (Kelsey Dayton photo) - The morning fog had finally burned off and Tonya Lewman could now see everything, the sagebrush glittering as the frost melted, the hills rising from prairie and a small group of antelope near a draw in the di

WYO Theater Gala is This Weekend

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The WYO Theater Gala will take place Saturday night in downtown Sheridan.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Buffalo Council Approves Law Enforcement Grant

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder brought a request before the city 0council for approval of a 2016-17 Highway Safety Grant for DUI and Speed Enforcement in the amount of just over $7,200.