Sheridan State Farm Agent Jon Oman has received the company’s prestigious Chairman’s Circle award for his Sheridan, Wyo., office. Tamara Pachl, State Farm, Community/Corporate Analyst had this to say about the award: In addition to
The University of Wyoming Extension has announced workshops about invasive grasses and weeds scheduled in early May will take place in Gillette, Sheridan and Sundance. Sponsored by University of Wyoming Extension, the free public workshops
Upon completion of the beautification and improvement project and installation of the traffic light project on 5th Street and North Sheridan Avenue, the City of Sheridan will take control of 5th Street from the Wyoming
Donald (Donnie) E. Horsley, 67, of Sheridan, Wyoming passed away on Monday, March 28, 2022, at Sheridan Memorial Hospital with his loving family at his side. Donnie was the first-born son of Donald and Dorothy
Johnson County Healthcare Center CEO Luke Senden explained to the hospital board during their recent meeting that he has been watching legislation moving through Cheyenne that pertains to funding for capital construction projects at hospitals
Johnson County’s Commissioners were presented with a request to purchase software to protect the county’s computer systems from hacking. Don Devore, the county’s Information Technology (IT) consultant, told the commissioners that software with multi-factor authentication
A pair of hunters from North Dakota and Pennsylvania have filed a lawsuit against the Wyoming Game and Fish Department alleging they were wrongfully arrested on hunting charges in 2019 and are asking for damages of $2 million each.
While inappropriate text messages sent by Gillette’s former mayor to the city’s former administrator may have been embarrassing, she did not violate any state law by sending them, according to an investigation into the incident.
UW Basketball – After coaching the team to a 25-9 record and an NCAA tournament appearance, Coach Jeff Linder is staying with the University of Wyoming men’s basketball program for a few more years. The
Requests for bids for the Rail Crossing Information System Project in Sheridan were advertised on February 22, March 8, and March 15. The bid opening was held on March 23 and City staff is recommending