A judge has ordered an Idaho woman to pay over $5,800 for leaving trash out that attracted a grizzly bear to her campsite in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Wildlife officials had to tranquilize the
A Sheridan Police Officer who has helped others, is having the favor returned to him. Howie Fitzpatrick, who is a school resource officer for Sheridan County School District Number 2, was diagnosed in late May
The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is reminding motorists it is state statute to slow down and safely move over when coming upon or being overtaken by service and emergency vehicles. While appearing on Sheridan Media’s
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced the Wyoming Super Tag raffle raised $1.4 million dollars for conservation in 2021. The department’s program saw another record-breaking year of ticket sales, bolstered by hunters vying
The Sheridan Police Department is asking residents to adhere to City Ordinance 16-57. This ordinance informs the public that – Every person operating a bicycle, scooter, skateboard, roller skates, or roller blades upon the sidewalks,
Floyd Elmer Price, Sr. passed away peacefully at his home on July 22, 2021. Words can not truly define the son, brother, friend, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, great-great-grandfather, patriot, and citizen that those of us
Warm water and low flows have prompted Yellowstone National Park to close all fishing in rivers and streams during the afternoon and evening for the first time in over a decade. The park sometimes closes
A recent spike in coronavirus cases that has caused the number of active cases in Wyoming to grow to levels not seen since February is due to both the new Delta variant of the virus and the state’s low vaccination rates, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.