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18-Year-Old Woman Dies in Car Crash Near Buffalo
CHEYENNE– On July 11, 2018 a fatal crash occurred at milepost 291 on Interstate 25 near Buffalo, Wyoming. At 2:12 pm, Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers were dispatched to the area for a one-vehicle rollover.
Fatal crash near Buffalo Wednesday afternoon - County 10™
On July 11th, 2018 a fatal crash occurred at milepost 291 on Interstate 25 near Buffalo, Wyoming. At2:12 p.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers were dispatched to the area for a one-vehicle rollover.
Couple builds show-jumping dynasty in Sheridan
SHERIDAN — There’s nothing quite like when a horse takes flight looking to clear a jump during competition. The rider has little control. The split second of airtime comes down to training and a horse’s willingness to reach deep into its athletic bounds and fly over a jump.Charlie Carrel can’t get e
Climber dies after fall on northern Wyoming mountain
BUFFALO, Wyo. — A man has died in a climbing accident on a remote mountain in northern Wyoming.The Sheridan Pressreportsthat authorities say the accident occurred last Saturday on Black Tooth Mountain, which is in the Bighorn Mountain range and within the Cloud Peak Wilderness.
In text message, mayor says council pushed planning chief out
CHEYENNE – Robert Briggs left the city Friday, and a good number of people were sorry to see him go.The 41-year-old planning director frequently impressed in his 10 months here: city leaders applauded his vision for downtown; developers saw more flexibility in the review process and hoped he would s
Billings Scarlets split pair of games against Sheridan
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — The Billings Scarlets split their two games against the Sheridan Troopers, winning 15-3 and losing 9-1 Friday night.The Scarlets struggled to get on track offensively in the first game. After a first-inning run, they were unable to cross home plate again.
Mann soaks in first Sheridan WYO Rodeo
SHERIDAN — A few simple words from a friend a couple years ago steered Sheridan-born Weston Mann away from roping and into the bucking chutes. Mann had roped his entire life, but upon going to college in Texas, he found a new calling.
Wyoming this Weekend, July 13-15
By The Wyoming News ExchangeStreet dances, a pancake feed and all of the other events that go along with the Sheridan WYO Rodeo will highlight a very busy weekend of activities around Wyoming.The annual rodeo, which runs through Sunday, features a number of activities, including a “Sneakers and Spur
Stars Go Dim to perform at WYO
SHERIDAN — Stars Go Dim, a Christian band, will bring a family-friendly concert to the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center July 20 at 7 p.m.
Newcomers hunt for thrill of 8-second rides
Reiner scored 79.5 points and Harbaugh tallied 76, good for eighth and 14th place, respectively, so far.
Beautiful tribute; counting down to mountain time
The Union at the Montgomery is selling shirts honoring the late Katie Malin French, who was a former employee of The Sheridan Press and a dear friend to many. As the tags on the shirts indicate, Katie’s life was cut short by breast cancer. She was just 27 when she died earlier this year. The tags re
City council drops proposed livestock law
Cody people will retain the right to keep buffalo, hogs, bulls, horses, sheep and other large livestock on residential property in city limits.After hearing arguments from city-resident livestock owners, on Tuesday city councilors dropped on first reading a proposed ordinance intended to regulate la
Teams exhaust efforts during Beds Along the Big Horns
SHERIDAN — A team sponsored by Sheridan Media and Back Country Bikes edged out the team sponsored by Bob’s Super Clean to win this year’s Beds Along the Big Horns bed races Friday. The winning bed was pushed by a team of Will Timberlake, Connor Jorgenson, Brian Kjerstad and Kyle Custis.
If it isn't broken, don't fix it
And it was this fear that, for most members of the council, drove the decision to pass the resolution. Still, fear is never a good way to make public policy.
City to limit one percent funds for outside organizations
At its July 3 meeting, the council adopted resolution No. 1423, which states that the city will allocate up to 25 percent of the optional 1 percent sales tax collected during fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, to organizations not directly managed by the city, Wyoming or a joint powers board of which
17th, Sheridan meeting Monday
People unable to attend may submit written comments to City Hall, email them email@example.com visit before Wednesday, July 18. For more information call (307) 527-3482.
Story Community Fund plans meeting
The SCF’s mission is to connect people who care with the needs and visions of the Story community. To date, the SCF advisory board has helped raise more than $100,000 to benefit the nonprofit organizations in the Story area and the people.
Cubs earn two walk-off victories
Facing Sheridan on a hot Sunday afternoon, Devyn Engdahl stepped up to bat.The second seven-inning game of a doubleheader had stretched into the 11th before the Cubs finally got something going.“I felt a lot of pressure,” he said. “We wanted to go home and get the game over with.”
Sniffin: Wallop's use of port-a-potty ad flushed out big Wyo. upset
A port-a-potty. In a rancher’s pasture? Really?Possibly the biggest campaign idea helping lead to the biggest political upset in Wyoming history was hatched in late October 1976 at Mint Bar in Sheridan.John Jenkins, Byra Kite and a political consultant named Bob Goodman were trying to find a differe
Cody defeats Sheridan with back-to-back walk-offs
Facing a tough AA Sheridan team Sunday, the Cubs earned two walk-off wins to improve to 38-7 overall.Cody 3, Sheridan 2The second game of the day went into extra innings, with Cody earning a 3-2 win in the 11th.