During a recent U.S. House Republican leadership news conference, Wyoming Congresswoman and House GOP Conference Chair Liz Cheney, highlighted the need for bipartisan cooperation to combat the threat of coronavirus. Cheney added that we have
U.S. Attorney for Wyoming Mark Klaassen issued a statement Friday on the Northern Arapaho Tribe’s resolution declaring a State of Emergency regarding methamphetamine usage on the Wind River Reservation. On Thursday, Northern Arapaho Tribal leaders
On Wednesday, students from 25 high schools in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota will participate in the Demo Day, Culinary Experience Day, and Cyber Day events at Sheridan College. All events will have hands on
The 2020 Budget Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature is more than halfway over and work on the titular budget bill is nearing completion. Local Senator Bo Biteman talked about the fate of the pieces
Both bodies of the 65th Wyoming Legislature adopted amendments to their versions of the state budget bill that will prevent the University of Wyoming from using funds that they control for elective abortions or group
BOZEMAN — Abstracts for presentations for the 15th annual Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are now being accepted. The conference will run May 3-6 at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel in Yellowstone National Park.
On Thursday, February 27, 2020, a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper on routine patrol ran a registration check on a vehicle. The registration returned with information showing the vehicle being connected to a murder. The trooper
The same science that powers Google searches, Siri and Alexa and self-operating cars may steer laboratory analysis in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Microsoft has awarded two $15,000 grants through its “AI for
Last Monday, a student that was arriving early to Woodland Park Elementary School in Sheridan collapsed while walking towards the entrance. School staff including their on-staff registered nurse responded and emergency personnel were notified. While
Now here’s Sheridan Media’s look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 28, 1920. Metz & Sackett filed eight lawsuits in district
Over 40 people enjoyed food, drinks and music and toasted the WYO Theater’s receipt of a special award in a celebration Thursday night in the WYO’s Mars Lobby. Erin Butler, who’s the WYO executive director,
A sentencing hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a 68-year-old Sheridan man who seriously injured an individual while driving under the influence last year. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.
Wyoming State Representative Cyrus Western of Sheridan introduced a budget amendment to the House budget bill on second reading. According to the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, the amendment appropriates $5 million to the Wyoming Wildlife Natural
A Sheridan man arrested last fall for the charge of Felony Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance, was sentenced to prison Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. District Court Judge John Fenn accepted