Archive - Mar 2, 2016 - News

UW Research Shows Fossil Record Disappears at Different Rates

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A recent study conducted by a professor and graduate student at the University of Wyoming in Laramie shows that fossil record disappears at different rates.

On Cusp of Delisting, Grizzly Hunting a Worry

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

The federal government’s imminent release of plans to let states manage Yellowstone-area grizzly bears - including by hunting - rekindles debate about whether gunning down grizzlies will undo years of conservation work.

Video Surveillance and Its Benefits to Law Enforcement

Video surveillance played a role in the quick apprehension of a suspect this past weekend who’d broken into a couple of businesses in downtown Sheridan. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens says video continues to be a valuable tool for law enforcement.

Snowpack Remains Well Below Normal for Sheridan County

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The latest snowpack report released Tuesday, shows that Sheridan County remains well below median.

Keep Non-Spayed Non-Neutered Animals Indoors

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The warm winter we’re experiencing has had a negative effect on the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter. During her monthly visit to our news talk show Public Pulse, Shelter Executive Director Debie Crawford talked about the issue they’re having at the shelter.

Sheridan Schools are Reducing Absences

Schools in Sheridan have reduced student absences this year.

Commissioners Approve Additions to Story Fire District

Sheridan County commissioners added nearly 12 acres of land to the Story Fire District in two parcels Tuesday.

Social Agencies Council Seeks Award Nominations

The Council of Social Agencies in Sheridan is seeking nominations from the public for two awards, the 2015 Human Service Person of the Year, and the Human Service Lifetime Achievement Award.

Ground to be Broken Thursday for Day Break

Ground will be broken at 3:30 Thursday afternoon for the Sheridan Senior Center's new Day Break adult day care facility on Smith Street.

Event Will Raise Money For Kearney Hall Renovation

Old Kearney Community Hall

A dance and “edible auction” will be held this weekend in Buffalo with funds to go toward the renovation and use of the Kearney Community Hall.