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‘Twas the night before Sheridan County’s Christmas

December 24, 2013

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the county Not a creature was stirring, not even a townie; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, They were soaked way through after a day of mountain air; All the notable neighbors were snug in their beds; While visions of rodeo ponies danced in Read More

Cheers to those who speak up

December 20, 2013

In this country young Americans get a bad rap for indifference. News stories often chide them for not showing up to public meetings or not registering to vote. A misconception seems to be in the air that young people simply don’t care. That isn’t the case, of course. As one New York Times article from Read More

State exploring pay increases for employees, so should city

December 18, 2013

Everyone could use a little extra money in their pockets these days. The cost of everything from milk to child care continues to rise while the size of paychecks seems to do nothing but shrink as employee contributions to pensions and health insurance rise. You can’t blame the local firefighters union, Local 276, for asking Read More

If not Medicaid expansion, what is the solution?

December 13, 2013

While legislators statewide are once again beginning to talk of expanding Medicaid, the overall opinion seems to be that no such expansion will pass this session. Fears of big government, government handouts and the feds not following through on their promise to pay have Wyoming Republican officials shying away from Medicaid expansion proposals. In the Read More

SCSD2 board of trustees right to endorse cyberbullying legislation

December 6, 2013

Several weeks ago the Sheridan community was abuzz with talk of a Facebook page that allowed anyone to anonymously comment about other people. It centered around high school students, though Sheridan College students have a similar site. Some comments were harmless. Some were a little raunchy and others were downright mean. Parents and school administrators Read More

Find your holiday cheer in the great outdoors

December 4, 2013

Yes, the temperature outside can most aptly be described as arctic. The wind has been howling, the snow has been blowing and everyone has been trying desperately to stay warm. But, we encourage everyone to go outside. We know, sounds crazy right? But as Christmas cheer begins spreading around the county, it is important for Read More

Education funding and sports

November 22, 2013

While University of Wyoming President Robert Sternberg resigned recently after just four months at the helm, one comment he made while in office raised much criticism. He said the school should be spending more money on athletics. While UW alumni and others invested in the school protested this idea, the argument could be made that Read More

Sheridan press editorial

November 13, 2013

One of the greatest things about the Sheridan County community is the generosity and giving nature of its citizens. Each time fundraisers are held for local nonprofits or to help a family cover medical bills after a tragic accident or diagnosis, Sheridan residents eagerly rise to the challenge. The tragedy doesn’t even have to be Read More

Editorial Nov. 09, 2013

November 8, 2013

It isn’t easy being green. Or blue, white, camouflage and tan. That is why, each Nov. 11 we honor those who have served in the military. The honor marks the day the armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, began between the Allied nations and Germany in World War I. Back then, the day was called Read More

Editorial Nov. 6, 2013

November 6, 2013

Voters were wise to approve the renewal of the Capital Facilities Tax in Tuesday’s special election. The tax will support a wide range of infrastructure projects throughout the county and provide a fairly steady source of revenue during a period of slow economic growth. There were efforts by local residents to convince their neighbors otherwise. Read More

Hopes high for new owners of the Historic Sheridan Inn

November 1, 2013

Hopes are high for the re-opening of the Historic Sheridan Inn. The new owners closed on the business late in October and hosted a meet and greet for the community just a week ago. For a building with so much community history, it is smart to gather local support for the project. They’ve already, to Read More

Sheridan Press editorial Sept. 25, 2013

September 25, 2013

It is almost here! No, not Christmas (though local stores are already preparing for that). No, we don’t mean the snow that is forecast for the Bighorns this week. The FAB (For. About. By.) Women’s Conference! Less than two weeks away (Oct. 4-5), things are just about set for the first-ever FAB event to be Read More

The price of principle, wisdom of fighting a fight already lost

September 18, 2013

There is a fine line between standing your ground and fighting a battle you have already lost. On March 20, 2013, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Sheridan firefighters union, International Association of Fire Fighters Local No. 276, ordering the city of Sheridan to compensate Sheridan firefighters for “step increase” pay raises. Read More

Starting to forget 9/11

September 6, 2013

Twelve years later, the U.S. is already beginning to forget. Fewer and fewer people are attending remembrance ceremonies. They are forgetting the lessons learned and the loved ones lost. Twelve years later, a generation born in the early 2000s cannot tell you where they were when the world stopped turning Sept. 11, 2001. Just as Read More

Reflections on a tough job this Labor Day

August 30, 2013

Most jobs come with challenges.Co-workers you don’t get along with, long hours, lengthy commutes, not enough pay. We’ve all had tough jobs. Few careers require as broad of shoulders as those in the judicial system. Caseloads that would keep a dozen people busy are leveled on just a handful of prosecuting attorneys. Then that large Read More

Honoring progress made, looking forward to change

August 23, 2013

On Aug. 18, 1920, we celebrated the ratification of the 19th amendment, which prohibited any U.S. citizen from being denied the right to vote on the basis of sex. An interesting fact regarding the amendment: It was ratified 40 years after it was first proposed. To many, this is a reminder that change is possible, Read More

‘Yes’ vote for bond issue a positive move for Sheridan’s future

August 14, 2013

We all have hopes for the future. Dreams. In a more practical sense, let’s call them goals. They’re partial to personal achievement; say, a better life for a family, a better future with more earning potential. Sheridan has been fortunate to have a mostly unified vision for the future of this community. Quality of life, Read More

Value education, opportunities

August 9, 2013

Education is something we sometimes take for granted. While in high school and college, many of us skipped classes to grab a nap, attend a ball game, go on vacation or hang out with friends. This week, a group of Sheridan folks brought a film called “Girl Rising” to the Centennial Theatre. People filled the Read More

Limited understanding of laws regarding kids in restaurant bars frustrating

August 7, 2013

Every bar and restaurant owner knows, or should know, that a 13-year-old can’t walk into an establishment and belly up to the bar to order a drink. But rules in local establishments regarding children who, with their parents, visit local restaurants that have bars are about as clear as an extra dirty martini. State statutes Read More

Fluoride issue contentious; listen to the people

August 2, 2013

The trouble with contentious issues is that legitimate arguments and facts exist on both sides. This is the case regarding the fluoridation of water. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recognized water fluoridation as one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century. According to the CDC, the proper amount Read More

Summer fun not over; fair starts Thurs.

July 31, 2013

Rodeo is over, and while many may think the warm weather events in Sheridan are coming to an end, Sheridan County 4-H and FFA participants along with area residents of all ages and backgrounds will show of their work this weekend. Beginning tomorrow, the Sheridan County Fair will highlight everything from livestock to horse showmanship Read More

Traffic study will show what we already know

July 26, 2013

Nobody seems to actually know what the speed limits are on Brundage Lane. At least not where the different limits apply and for how long. More often than not, those traveling the well-known Sheridan road can be found to be cruising along at varying speeds. Some go 30 miles per hour, either because they are Read More

Cheney a long shot for Senate

July 24, 2013

Despite Wyoming’s friendly landscapes, welcoming hills and cozy downtowns, this state does not always take kindly to outsiders. Especially outsiders who tell them what is wrong with the state and how to fix it. Liz Cheney recently announced her intentions to run against U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi in 2014. Cheney, the daughter of former Vice Read More

Field of Honor should awe all who have served

July 19, 2013

This August, Sheridan College’s front lawn will feature flags purchased in honor of local military members, veterans, police, firefighters and other first responders. It is a moving sight, if you’ve ever seen such a “Field of Honor.” The same people who are moved by our national anthem or the sight of all those white tombstones Read More

Real deterrents needed to lessen DUIs, fatalities

July 12, 2013

When in 2000 Congress passed the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act of Fiscal Year 2001, establishing the .08 blood alcohol content limit and toughening the drunken driving laws in the U.S., Congress and President Bill Clinton,were applauded for cracking down on a nationwide problem. The bill required that states implement the .08 percent BAC standards Read More

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