Archive - Feb 17, 2017 - News

Rebel Enterprises Holds Ribbon-Cutting

Pictured from left are Chamber Ambassadors Jodi Bourne, Brenda Rendon, Kitt Laidlaw, Chance Harris, and Jack Wood; Rebel Enterprises owner Robin Bagley; Ambassadors Debi Isakson, Katie Culver, and Jim Schellinger. (Courtesy photo)

Robin Bagley with Rebel Enterprises joined the Chamber Ambassadors for a ribbon cutting to welcome her as a new Chamber member.

Legislators Go Home for Long Weekend

State Rep. Mark Kinner is back home in Sheridan for a few days.

City Council Meeting Set for Tuesday

The second regularly scheduled Sheridan City Council of February will be on Tuesday due to President’s Day on Monday.

National FFA Week

Monday marks the beginning of National FFA Week. FFA clubs around the nation will all show their support of the organization through Sunday February 26. Local John B. Kendrick FFA Club Parliamentarian Chandler House, explains what FFA is.

The Importance of Giving Blood

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The recent week long blood drive in Sheridan hosted by United Blood Services collected 270 units of blood, which according to officials with UBS, will go a long way in regard to filling the shelves of hospitals in northern Wyoming and south central Montana.

Governor Mead Applauds President’s Decision on Stream Protection Rule

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead applauded President Trump’s decision Thursday to sign House Joint Resolution 38, which overturns the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement’s stream protection rule.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An employee of a Casper center that provides rehabilitation and substance abuse treatment to inmates has pleaded not guilty to having sex with an inmate on multiple occasions.

Heart Attacks Leading Cause of Death in Women

February is National Heart Health Month, and Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair continues our series today with a look at heart attacks in women.

Lake DeSmet Water Rights Bill Shot Down In Senate

Lake DeSmet

House Bill No. 118, the bill that would allow the negotiations for the state to purchase water rights in Lake DeSmet has gone down to defeat in the Wyoming Senate.

Buffalo To Help With New Mural Grant Application

Buffalo's City Council has agreed to look into helping acquire grant funding to pay for a new mural on the side of the Clear Creek Cantina building downtown.