Archive - Nov 9, 2016 - News

Sheridan Arts Council to Host Concert Friday

Sheridan’s First Baptist Church is the place to be Friday evening at 7, as the Sheridan Arts Council is set to host a concert by classically trained pianist Daniel Hsu. Board member of the council, Claudia Colnar, explains more about the event.

Employers Support of the Guard and Reserve

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Ted Durante, a representative of the Employers Support of the Guard and Reserve, stopped by our news talk show public pulse recently. Durante explains more about the organization.

Johnson County's Other Election Results

Johnson County, in addition to national, state, city council, county commission and school board races, had many others concerning local boards and districts.

SAWS Board Approves Storage Building

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board voted Wednesday night to proceed with plans to construct a storage building on Beckton Hall Road property.

Lesser-Known Dude Ranches Focus of 'Conversations'

Helen Laumann points to one of the slides that were part of her talk Wednesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Two of the Sheridan area's lesser-known dude ranches, the IXL near Dayton and the Red Rim/Medicine Wheel ranch, were the focus of Helen Laumann's Casual Conservations in History presentation Wednesday morning.

Game and Fish Commission Meets in Sheridan

From left, Wyoming Game and Fish Commissioner Richard Klouda, Commission President Carrie Little and Game and Fish Department Director Scott Talbott are among those meeting in Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming's Game and Fish Commission are covering a range of topics from acquisition of property to bighorn sheep numbers, the Game and Fish budget and collaborative projects with Ducks Unlimited in a two-day meeting in Sheridan this week.

Quilts to Be Presented on Veterans' Day

Quilt of Valor made by the Sheridan quilters' group. (Courtesy photo)

A group of Sheridan quilters will present seven quilts for veterans at the Sheridan VA Medical Center Friday during the hospital's annual Veterans Day ceremonies that start at 11 a.m.

WyoLotto’s Third Revenue Transfer to Wyoming

At the beginning of October, WyoLotto made their third transfer of revenue to the state for this year in the amount of $797,638. That brings the total revenue transfer amount to over $2.5 million since April.

Liz Cheney Wins Dad's Old Job as Wyoming's lone US House Representative

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Liz Cheney has won the Wyoming U.S. House seat formerly held by her father. Cheney beat Democrat Ryan Greene of Rock Springs. Greene is an employee in his family's oilfield services business.

Wyoming Voters Give OK to Investment Change

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming voters have given state leaders the green light to put more tax dollars into the stock market.