Archive - Mar 8, 2017 - News

This Week’s Poll Question

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We picked them when we voted, now we get to grade them. This week’s First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question asks: “How would you rate the recent legislative session?"

Legislator Warns to 'Prepare for the Worst'

Preparing for the luncheon, from left, State Reps. Mark Kinner, Mark Jennings and Mike Madden, Chamber Government Affairs Committee Chairman Richard Garber, and Chamber President Adam Bunker. (Photo by Pat Blair)

State Rep. Mike Madden warned those at Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon that he wouldn't be optimistic regarding state finances in the coming biennium.

March Y Art Night Set for Friday

The Sheridan County YMCA has been offering a new program for the past two months. This new program entitled Art Night, gives kids a chance to learn more about art from a local pro, according to Tyler Rogers, the Y Arts Coordinator.

2017 Home and Garden Show Starts Friday

Last Year's Show (Photo Credit: Ron Richter)

Sheridan’s Annual Home and Garden show is set to kick-off on Friday at the Holiday Inn Convention Center. According to the event Coordinator Gini Horner, you can find a little of everything at the event.

Commissioners Hear Concerns Over Brook Mine

Commissioners Mike Nickel, left, and Bob Roslton (Photo Ron Richter ©)

During the public comment period of Tuesday’s Sheridan County Commission meeting, several citizens voiced their concerns over the proposed Brook Mine that would be located 6 miles north of Sheridan.

Commissioners Approve Variance for City Hydropower Project

A variance request from the City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board permitting an electrical structure to be located within three feet of the east property line on 0.26 acres at 30 Beckton Hall Road was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan County Commission.

Latest State Water Supply Outlook Released

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The National Weather Service in Riverton has released the latest water supply outlook for the state.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Supreme Court has decided to censure but not remove a Pinedale judge who says her religious beliefs prevent her from presiding over same-sex marriages.

Library Board To Replace Resigning Board Member

Cynthia Twing

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and outlined the procedure for the replacement of a member that recently resigned form the Library Board.

JCSD1 Board Tables Decision On Kaycee Petition

JCSD1 Board Chairman Rich Hall

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees voted to table a decision on a petition from Kaycee community members and concerned parents outlining their wants for their community K-12 school, which is part of the district.