Archive - Feb 16, 2017 - News

Sheridan Youth Achieves Milestone in CAP

Mom Lynnet Bede, left, and "Grandpa" David Schreibeis attach insignia of rank to Kavan Bede's uniform in ceremonies Thursday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Kavan Bede of Sheridan achieved a milestone in the Civil Air Patrol Thursday night when he was promoted to second lieutenant and assumed duties as cadet commander in ceremonies at the National Guard Armory.

Travel, Tourism Director Sees Good News in Tax Numbers

Lodging tax revenues are down in Sheridan from last year, but there's reason for cautious optimism, according to Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Shawn Parker.

Buffalo Police Chief: Runaway Found Safe

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder

A Buffalo youth was reported as a runaway early Thursday morning, and Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder notified local media asking for the public's help in locating 11-year old Ethan Crawford they said ran away from his home in Buffalo that morning.

Game and Fish Dates to Remember

While a guest on our News Talk Show Public Pulse recently, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Bud Stewart, talked about several upcoming dates of interest to hunters.

“Artrageous” Event Set for Saturday at the WYO

What combines portraits being painted, high energy dancing, singing, and lots of audience involvement?

Gas Pipeline Board Seeks SLIB Grant

The Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board will seek a $1 million grant from Wyoming's State Loan and Investment Board to help finance a natural gas pipeline to serve the Ranchester/Dayton area.

Training Charlie

Sheridan Police Departments Cpl. Karla Rogers and K-9 Charlie have been working together on the force since December. Charlie is an almost 2-year old springer spaniel lab and unlike some K-9 units, Charlie only has one job.

Mead Calls Legislature’s Spending Cuts Unnecessary

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Gov. Matt Mead begins his 2017 State of the State speech to the Legislature on Jan. 11. - The Legislature’s proposed budget cuts are unnecessary and could hurt Wyoming citizens and slow efforts to diversify the state’s economy, Gov.

How Pacemakers and ICD’S Work

We continue our heart health series today with a look at how permanent pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators, or ICDs work.

Wyoming News Update

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming residents attending the state's seven community colleges will see a slight increase in tuition starting this fall.