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“There were three things that we never ever had on, or at our table when I was a kid … elbows, hats and cellphones!
Haswell, Siddle bring new perspectives to Sheridan County Commission - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
The sitting commissioners have largely been unchallenged in their re-election efforts throughout the years, but after commissioners Bob Rolston and Steve Maier announced they would retire after their current terms, a number of candidates sought to fill the open seats. Eleven candidates filed for the
House construction, sales booming
“The year I moved here (2010), there were no building permits issued by the city,” said Judi Holmes, a Realtor with Century 21. “The same goes for 2011. Now, construction companies are amazingly busy and the same goes for us Realtors as well. The market is very strong right now, and we’re obviously
Attorney general discusses cases with broad impact - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — For agriculturalists, local, state and national litigation impacts day-to-day operations. Attorney General Peter Michael briefly discussed two cases directly involving landowners at the 99th annual meeting of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation: State of Wyoming v. Clayvin Herrera and MT v
Local court briefs - Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
The 40-year-old woman pleaded guilty to one count of delivery and, per a plea agreement, had the second count of delivery dismissed.
Mustangs topple Broncs in title game - Feature Story, Local News, Local Sports, News, Uncategorized - The Sheridan Press
LARAMIE — For the past two years, the Sheridan High School football team sent Natrona County home with a loss in the 4A state title game. The Mustangs returned the favor at War Memorial Stadium Saturday.The Mustangs feasted off the Broncs’ missteps to claim a 28-14 victory, winning their first state
The Brinton to host small works show - Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
BIG HORN — The Brinton Museum will again present “The Brinton 101” exhibit, featuring nearly 300 works of art by 101 diverse artists from throughout the U.S. Included are paintings, watercolors, drawings, sculptures and mixed-media pieces of varying genre by local, regional and internationally-known
Local briefs - Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
Robert Briggs, Brian Craig, Ryan Franklin and Mandy Koltiska will present the program “Expanding Housing Choice by Finding the Missing Middle.”
Snowmobile season to open Friday in Bighorn National Forest
Forest Service regulations prohibit over-snow travel in areas with less than 6 inches of snow. As for the minimum amount of snow required, that shouldn't be an issue, according to the National Weather Service forecast for the Big Horn Mountains. It expects 4 to 8 inches of snow to fall on the Big Ho
Fornstrom elected to third term as Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation president
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — Todd Fornstrom, of Laramie County, was elected to his third term as president of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation at the organization's 99th annual meeting in Sheridan.
Mining sector spurs modest state growth - Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — Wyoming’s mining sector continued to grow in the first quarter of 2018, improving the state’s overall employment and total payroll, but that growth was tempered by a shrinking labor force, according to David Bullard, a senior economist with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Res
CHAPS pilots cold-weather programs - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
The winter slog has not stopped CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy from drumming up fresh ideas regarding how to best serve more of the community. This week, CHAPS will connect for the first time with the Child Development Center, Day Break Adult Day Services at The Hub on Smith and the Veterans’ Home of
New council members outline priorities for city - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — With three new council members poised to take over at the start of the new year, the composition of Sheridan’s city council will shift significantly in the coming months, not just physically but also philosophically.
Generals score two road wins - Local Sports, Sports - The Sheridan Press
Bramah led the Generals Saturday, pouring in 20 points. Christmas had another 17-point performance off the bench, and Lasse Gummerus scored 12 points.
Wyoming Promise exceeds county signature requirement - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
“We would like to all the Sheridan County registered voters who signed the petitions and the dedicated volunteers who helped make this happen,” said Kris Korfanta, Sheridan County team leader for Wyoming Promise, in a press release.
2018 Sheridan County election results - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
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We expect a caravan headed south on Saturday...
Could such a shift in population from the northern part of the state to the south cause the state to tip? Probably not, but it might cause Cheyenne to slip into Colorado.
Pownall: Incident in complaint 'never happened'
State Rep. Bill Pownall, seeking his third term as a Republican representing District 52 in the general election Tuesday, denied the incident — one Dana Burns claims was gender bias — ever happened. He also said he doesn’t know the woman.
Remembering an early educator - Local Columnists, Opinion - The Sheridan Press
Edith Kirkwood Ormsby Clark was born in Washington, D.C., Sept. 7, 1881, the eldest of the three children of General George W. Clark and Sarah E. Robinson. Her father was a brevet brigadier general in the Union Army during the Civil War. Following his military service, he settled in Washington, D.C.
Poaching incidents in Sheridan County investigated
SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is investigating the poaching of two bull elk and a white-tailed deer in northwest Sheridan County.One bull elk and a white-tailed doe were discovered the weekend of Oct. 27 and the second bull elk was discovered Nov. 3. All three animals we