Category Archives: Editorials

Sheridan Press Editorial: Help ensure that nobody rides alone

Today, area residents will participate in the Out of the Darkness community walk to help raise awareness for suicide prevention. Survivors and their friends will share stories and support each other. Information will be shared about where community members can seek help when and if it is needed. The group has also started emphasizing the… Continue Reading

Editorial: Why is ABF struggling so much?

For roughly four years, the Antelope Butte Foundation has been working to revitalize and reopen the Antelope Butte Ski and Recreation Area. The nonprofit needs somewhere between $2.9 and $4.33 million to complete the task. As of last week, ABF had raised a little more than $210,000. So we have to ask: Why is the… Continue Reading

Editorial: It’s time to take action

Every year, it seems, our nation’s summer headlines are filled with news of droughts, storms and the inevitable wildland fires that wreak havoc on our forests. Last week, the U.S. Forest Service announced that for the first time in its more than 110-year history, it is spending more than 50 percent of its budget on… Continue Reading

SCLT board: Trails project a benefit to the community

The Sheridan Community Land Trust was created by our community to protect local landscapes, wildlife habitat and historic sites, as well as provide trails and recreation opportunities to connect people to the places they love. We are passionate about this mission and thrilled to play a role in positively shaping the future of Sheridan County.… Continue Reading

Are our plans for a downturn working?

State officials at all levels of Wyoming government in recent years have stressed the need to diversify the state’s economy. We’re too dependent on the booms and busts of the energy sector, they say. Since then, coal bed methane production has dropped dramatically and now oil and coal prices are taking a hit. Yet, nearly… Continue Reading

Sheridan Press Editorial: Rape: change the culture

The headlines pop up every now and then. “Ex-Stanford Swimmer Accused of Raping Unconscious Woman.” —San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 27, 2015 “Two Former Vanderbilt Football Players Convicted of Rape…” —The Washington Post, Jan. 28, 2015 “Man to Serve 7-14 Years for Raping Unconscious Woman” — The Sheridan Press, April 24, 2015 The perpetrators in those… Continue Reading

Editorial: How do you replace a legislative giant?

The passing of Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan, has left a mighty hole in the Sheridan County delegation to the Wyoming Legislature. Patton’s institutional knowledge alone will be irreplaceable. His time of service in the state Legislature has spanned decades, and despite the fact that he didn’t serve as a legislator continuously throughout those years, he… Continue Reading

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