The Wyoming State Bar is pleased to announce that Matthew F. Redle, a retired attorney from Sheridan, is the recipient of the Bar’s third annual John M. Burman Extraordinary Service Award. Mark W. Gifford, Bar Counsel,
The USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) is reminding producers of fall-planted crops in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to apply for crop insurance coverage for the 2022 crop year before the Sept. 30,
Governor Mark Gordon recently toured the new Kennon Products building on Sheridan’s north side. Kennon moved to Sheridan in the late 1980’s while the area was going through an economic downturn, and recently opened their
According to a release, masks will continue to be required inside most University of Wyoming buildings where 6-foot social distancing isn’t possible, following action by the UW Board of Trustees. The board voted Friday, Sept.
William “Bill” Paul Shosten, 70, passed away on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at his residence. He was born to William Dale Shosten and Maxine Minnie Shosten (Paxton) on June 24, 1951 in Sheridan, WY. Bill
Despite reports of a few new COVID cases among students, the Wyoming Department of Health has no data to support the idea that the season’s first University of Wyoming home football game was a virus “super spreader.”
Jack Lee Dilley, 87, of Sheridan, WY passed away Tuesday, September 14, 2021, surrounded by his loving family at Mountain View Living Center in the Sheridan VA Hospital. Jack was born in western Nebraska to
A 19-year old Rhode Island woman is in the hospital as a result of getting burn marks from the thermal water inside Yellowstone National Park. Park officials say sometime early Thursday morning (September 16th), the