Since the beginning of the pandemic, Sheridan County has had 4,046 lab confirmed cases, adding 43 since Friday. Seven new probable cases have been added to the total of 1,192 probable cases since Friday. There
To help address COVID-related labor shortages, the Internal Revenue Service reminded employers today that they generally will not jeopardize the tax status of their pension plans if they rehire retirees or permit distributions of retirement
Seven more Wyoming anglers can say they mastered the state’s waters. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is happy to announce the newest Ultimate Anglers who caught 10 different species of trophy-sized fish in Wyoming.
The Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners is currently taking applications for an open position on the Sheridan County Fair Board. According to the county website, the purpose of the Sheridan County Fair Board is
The University of Wyoming has announced IMPACT 307, a University of Wyoming program, will host “Researching Your Customers and Competitors,” a new “Lunch and Learn” series webinar, Wednesday, Oct. 27, from noon-1 p.m. Michael Lambert,
The Bighorn National Forest is getting a jump start on the Christmas season. In a release, the BHNF announced that while still available to purchase locally, Christmas tree permits are also available online through Recreation.gov.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital is performing 65 – 70 tests for COVID-19 per day. Although that has been a consistent number for weeks, the positivity rate of those tests is concerning doctors. The number of tests
October is breast cancer awareness month. Early detection is critical to fighting and beating breast cancer, and one of the best ways to diagnose breast cancer is to have a yearly mammogram. According to Sheridan
According to the University of Wyoming, several administrative changes and searches are underway or in the planning stage at the university. Following Vice President for Research and Economic Development Ed Synakowski’s move to the University
The City of Sheridan Landfill is asking city and county residents to take advantage of Free Landfill Day. Beginning at 7:30 a.m. and running until 5:30 p.m. Oct. 23, the Sheridan Landfill will open the