Archive - Feb 16, 2018 - News

Barrasso: Taxes Lower, Jobs Coming Back

Barrasso speaks to Sheridan Rotarians. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A little over a year into the Trump Administration, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso said Congress has passed the largest tax relief bill in the history of the country.

Beginning Acting Class at the Y

Starting Wednesday, the Sheridan County YMCA Beginning Acting program will commence with community children grades 2-6.

Rec District Talks Coed Volleyball, Corn Hole Tournament

The Sheridan Recreation District has an upcoming program for both men and women in the community to participate in.

‘Wild’ Author Cheryl Strayed to Visit UW March 22

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Cheryl Strayed, the best-selling author of the memoir “Wild,” will visit the University of Wyoming for a public lecture and book signing Thursday, March 22.

Intellectual Property Discussion for Businesses Feb. 23 at UW

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Two experts on intellectual property will discuss how to cost-effectively leverage those new ideas and innovations for business success Friday, Feb. 23, from 10-11:30 a.m. at the University of Wyoming’s Wyoming Technology Business Center.

Informational Meeting Held on Proposed ICE Detention Center

Josh Hanson with Real Resistance Wyoming walks through a Power Point presentation on the proposed ICE Detention Center in Uinta County. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

An informational meeting on the proposed ICE Detention Center in Uinta County near Evanston was held Thursday night at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and today we begin a series of stories that focus on the most important muscle in your body. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Montana won't allow Yellowstone grizzly bear hunts in 2018

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana won't hold a grizzly bear hunt in 2018 after state officials said Thursday they want to avoid complicating lawsuits over the animal's legal status.

'Stand Your Ground' bill clears hurdle in Wyoming House

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A so-called "stand your ground" bill has cleared an introductory vote in the Wyoming House of Representatives.

House Bill 168 was approved for introduction Thursday and assigned to the House Judiciary Committee for further review.

'In God We Trust' bill wins introduction in Wyoming House

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bill that would call for the phrase "In God We Trust" to be displayed in Wyoming public school classrooms and state government buildings has won introduction in the Wyoming House of Representatives.