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Agencies remain at Main Street structure fire
SHERIDAN — Smoke billowed from the rear of the Main Street building containing Edwards Hotel and Q-Man Music Wednesday night as several agencies responded to a structure fire in the 500 block of North Main Street. All agencies remain on scene after 10:30 p.m.
Washakie school district faces two disability-related investigations; Sheridan closed similar inquiry in December
Washakie County School District No. 2 is facing a pair of investigations into disability-related accusations, according to federal records, while Sheridan County School District No. 2 closed a similar inquiry in December.
The ‘Happy Face Killer’ Committed a Brutal Murder on This Wyoming Highway
In 1995, a January blizzard swept over I-80 as Keith Jesperson and Angela Subrize traveled across Wyoming in a purple semi truck. The conditions were worsening, so Keith decided to wait out the storm at an isolated rest stop. Angela hitched a ride from Kieth in Washington. She wanted Keith to keep m
Capital construction bill has local impacts
SHERIDAN — When the state’s House and Senate reached an agreement on a general supplemental budget last week, the budget was roughly $45 million less than what the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee recommended.
Bill Briggs Wyoming’s Father Of Extreme Skiing
There are many places around Wyoming to have a wonderful day on the slopes. It's also a big part of our tourism and why people come to the cowboy state. There was one guy in particular that had a love for snow and skiing the moment he got here.
Lawmakers approve Wyoming school bus ticketing bill; Now headed to Governor’s desk
Senate File 80, sponsored by Affie Ellis of Laramie County, reached approval in the Wyoming House this week by a 36-20 vote. According to KGAB Radio Cheyenne, the bill would allow for motorists to be ticketing for passing school busses who have red lights flashing, if photos of the cars taken from a
Trial begins in sex discrimination case against Wyoming Highway Patrol
CHEYENNE – Delsa Brooke Sanderson made history in May 2015 when she was named the Wyoming Highway Patrol’s first-ever female K9 handler, a legacy 84 years in the making. She was a part of the prestigious O Division, responsible for protecting government officials and other state dignitaries, and she
Wyoming Women’s Center gives more with less
LUSK – Danny Thomas once said, “Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others.” In a time when people must do more with less resources, Wyoming Women’s Center (WWC) has developed innovative ways to give back to the community in which the
Wyoming Waste Systems to Start Senior Rate Soon
GREEN RIVER– Wyoming Waste Systems gave an update of their first year of services in Green River at last night’s council meeting, in which they scheduled a workshop with the council to finalize the senior citizen service rate.
Abortion reporting bill moves on to Wyoming Senate
CHEYENNE -- With several amendments to address a number of privacy concerns, the Wyoming Senate will be taking up legislation that will require physicians to file reports about the abortions they have performed.
Sheridan Junior High School students take top three places in Sheridan County Spelling Bee
SHERIDAN — Words like “delicatessen” and “quadrilateral” don’t regularly appear in conversations between middle-schoolers, but the Sheridan County Spelling Bee provided ample opportunity for those types of discussions Saturday afternoon.
Sheridan, TR wrestlers prepare for pressure cooker at state meet
SHERIDAN — A few minutes before he competes, Brenden Clem visualizes different moves to use during his wrestling match. He considers different ways to take an opponent down from the top position and how to escape from the bottom position.
#ThisWeekInWYHistory: Two Nations, One Reservation
An exhibit currently on display at Sheridan and Gillette colleges introduces the story of the treaties, laws, events, and people that shaped the history of the Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming.
Casper College basketball teams hit the road to Gillette College
The Casper College basketball teams have one more bit of business to take care of before Saturday's regular-season home finales -- a road trip to Gillette College on Wednesday.
Forward Sheridan to Coordinate Aerospace Consortium
Forward Sheridan, a professional business organization dedicated to maintaining, developing, and supporting economic vitality in Sheridan County, has taken on a coordination role in a newly formed aerospace industry consortium.