John Wallace is currently the acting District Ranger for the Bighorn National Forest’s Powder River District based in Buffalo. He recently spoke with Sheridan Media about this summer’s visitors, projects, and other happenings in the
University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel spoke with Sheridan Media this week, and today we wrap up with his thoughts on vaccinations on campus and the importance of the state’s community colleges. Seidel said the
Sheridan County’s Commissioners have approved the Moon Valley Minor Subdivision with a Variance and two conditions. The 13.69-acre property, owned by Taylor and Tanya Moon, is known as Lot 2 of the Lazy Crown Estates
The Wyoming Cowboy basketball team will hit the road for a pair of intra-squad scrimmages, with the Pokes heading to Sheridan on Saturday, October 2nd and Cheyenne on Saturday, October 9th. Wyoming will also host
An in-person, three-day special legislative session to discuss possible reactions to President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate would cost the state around $118,000, the Legislative Service Office told Cowboy State Daily on Wednesday.
A local brewery continues to accumulate awards for their product. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details. Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan opened its doors in November of 2010, and since that time, they
U.S. Senator Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming joined Senators Marco Rubio, Tommy Tuberville, Shelley Moore Capito, Dan Sullivan and Thom Tillis in introducing the Preventing Recognition of Terrorist States Act. The bills, as it is being
In the last 24 hours, Sheridan County has added another 29 lab confirmed cases and 13 probable cases of COVID-19. According to COVID-19 Public Information Officer Jennifer Graves, since the beginning of the pandemic, the
The Bighorn National Forest has announced that access to Tongue River Cave is now open to individuals that register and obtain the lock passcode, which will change frequently. Registration can be done through the Bighorn
According to the Bighorn National Forest, facility engineers worked last week to repair a broken water main at Burgess Dump Station on the Tongue Ranger District out of Sheridan. It reopened for the weekend. However,
The Johnson County School board, during their regular meeting held in Kaycee this week, discussed possible changes to their COVID-19 guidelines and requirements for district schools. One proposed change came from trustee Randy Brown to
University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel spoke with Sheridan Media this week, touching on a number of topics. Today we focus on funding issues for the university and ideas he has to help the situation.