SHERIDAN — There are few things Kevin Jones holds more dearly than the need to help others. And while many say they hold that […]
SHERIDAN — Wyoming is prepping to make its case next week for a solution — or partial solution — to its ongoing conflict with […]
SHERIDAN — Going into kindergarten is not always an easy transition for students, parents or teachers. Yet, Sheridan County School District 2 officials said […]
SHERIDAN — It’s called the Clothesline Project.
This week at Sheridan College, people will see hand-decorated T-shirts hanging from the walls in the Whitney […]
DAYTON — Be a leader, not a follower.
Bob Wood has lived his life by that motto. From his early days as a businessman […]
SHERIDAN — By now, the number of Sheridanites who don’t recognize the name “Robbi Ryan” are few and far between. She’s made a name […]
SHERIDAN — The process of updating Wyoming’s K-12 science standards that started more than a year ago is approaching the finish line, and while […]
SHERIDAN — The morning of Aug. 20, 2013, Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young was in his office early. By 7 a.m., he was […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan County School District 2 officials met in Ucross for their annual retreat Saturday to review programs, set goals and confront yet […]
SHERIDAN — Victor Juhasz has never been one to limit himself.
The seasoned artist has done everything from political cartoons, caricatures, children’s paintings and […]
SHERIDAN — The numbers are overwhelming.
The price of oil is less than $40 per barrel, hitting areas like the Bakken oil fields hard.
SHERIDAN — Water flows in the Tongue and Powder River basins are in dire straits if the area doesn’t get more precipitation, according to […]
SHERIDAN — As the coal industry continues to get battered, railroad companies are also feeling the pinch.
Officials at BNSF Railway said the company […]
SHERIDAN — It may be an inconvenience for a summer, but it will benefit Sheridan for the next 30 years.
City officials outlined their […]
SHERIDAN — Everyone has a story; with it comes thoughts, feelings and worldviews.
Bringing those thought processes together, however, can lead to fantastic results, […]
SHERIDAN — “The state of the city is in good shape,” Sheridan Mayor John Heath said during the annual State of the City address […]
SHERIDAN — Jay Bilas calls them the hardest working people in the game. Dan Dakich urges CEOs and presidents to hire them. Neither of […]
SHERIDAN — High school students from Wyoming and Montana went toe to toe at Sheridan College Tuesday, showing off knowledge of horse breeds, agricultural […]
Student privacy bill nears passage: School officials express concern bill would hinder bullying intervention
SHERIDAN — A student privacy bill that has just two more chances for amendments or defeat at the Legislature has sown concern among Sheridan […]
SHERIDAN — A physical education class at Sheridan Junior High School geared toward students with disabilities has been challenging and engaging students since it […]
SHERIDAN — If you could earn a degree in fly fishing, Roger Miller would have a Ph.D.
The fishing guide and former fly shop […]
SHERIDAN — For Wyoming medical marijuana advocates, turning a red state green is the goal.
Representatives from the local and statewide chapter of the […]
SHERIDAN — Twenty-three years ago, Sheridan High School students performed in “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” a musical comedy of sorts.
SHS musical instructor […]
SHERIDAN — Years of hard work and preparation from the local fire department are paying off — in more ways than one.
Efforts by […]
RANCHESTER — Tongue River Elementary is now the proud owner of an all-in-one kitchen cart that will help teach students to cook from scratch. […]
RANCHESTER — While Ranchester Town Council members passed on first reading changes to some of the town’s fees for new developments, one developer had […]
SHERIDAN — Versatility. It’s probably one of Jill McGraw’s and Brooke Orem’s strongest traits, and they’ve found a way to monetize that versatility.
SHERIDAN — You don’t have to hit to hurt.
That’s what Deputy County and Prosecuting Attorney Darci Phillips told jurors during a five-day child […]
SHERIDAN — The message was loud and clear: change is needed to the Title 25 system.
This week, legislators heard from several health professionals […]
SHERIDAN — With the Wyoming Legislature facing its toughest challenge in recent memory, local organizations and residents will talk issues with local legislators before […]
BIG HORN — It was the final stroke on what had been a masterpiece of a year for the Brinton Museum.
More people made […]
SHERIDAN — They don’t know exactly what she looks like. As far as researchers can tell, there are no photos of her. But soon, […]
SHERIDAN — It took 12 Sheridan County jurors just more than two hours to find Michael A. Tibbets and Donna Gifford each guilty of […]
SHERIDAN — Local business owners said President Barack Obama’s recent executive order outlining new gun control regulations will not affect local gun dealers, most […]
SHERIDAN— In a time when some believe the role of travel agencies is falling by the wayside, Peg Martin, owner of Brittain World […]
Taking care of grandkids: Many take comfort in community through new Grandparents Raising Grandchildren program
SHERIDAN — Linda Vallejo is a certified nursing assistant at the Sheridan Senior Center, a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She has raised her […]
SHERIDAN — A pack of dogs flooded out of Penny Goodman’s four-door sedan.
An Australian shepherd, a miniature Australian and a boxer mix raced […]
SHERIDAN — A new cross-country ski program is taking shape at the Sheridan Recreation District, but snowfall this season has been well […]
SHERIDAN — Jeff Morgareidge has been working nonstop.
He’s spent nearly 12 hours a day, seven days a week painting, building, hauling in […]
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Athletic Department received notice from the National Junior College Athletic Association on Wednesday that the decision barring the men’s […]
SHERIDAN — While schools in states from California to Virginia are grabbing recent headlines for putting standing desks in the classroom, local Martin […]
SHERIDAN — The house looked completely normal, a structurally sound building located in a quiet, residential neighborhood in Sheridan.
“The house wasn’t really […]
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s basketball team — despite having a 9-2 record — may not have a chance to compete in the […]
SHERIDAN — Margaret Tibbets might not get the chance to see family this Thanksgiving. Handicapped and homebound, the Sheridan resident cannot travel or […]
SHERIDAN— Each fall at Holy Name Catholic Church when it became time for seventh-graders to choose an adult as their confirmation sponsor, David […]
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan City Council on Monday lent its support to local arts by authorizing submission of a $2 million Wyoming Business […]
SHERIDAN — Even in Wyoming where education spending is flush compared to most other states, some teachers still want to give students more […]
SHERIDAN — Players were yelling, lockers were shaking and Fetty Wap was bumping through the speakers. The Sheridan Broncs were in celebration mode Friday […]
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College music department is poised for expansion, and an open house on Friday afternoon showcased all the strings, band […]
SHERIDAN— The world is full of myriad different ideas and altering perspectives, and few people understand that more than Sheridan resident Crystal Russell.
Editor’s note: The name of the felon in this story has been changed, and the workplace and some of the crimes left vague for […]
DAYTON — While Sheridan and Big Horn sit comfortably Friday, the Tongue River Eagles football team will be fighting for survival.
OK, so Sheridan […]
SHERIDAN — With an Oct. 30 deadline fast approaching, it’s unclear if Sheridan County and the city of Sheridan will work out a […]
SHERIDAN — While the world of science is vast and endless, students at the Wyoming Girls’ School in Sheridan are getting a close-up […]
SHERIDAN — A person arrested by city police in November won’t necessarily be housed in Sheridan County if the city and county can’t agree […]
BIG HORN — For Katie Lambert football just seemed fun.
While the historically male sport hasn’t seen many female players, Big Horn football head […]
PARKMAN — Fall is upon us and for many local farmers that means it is harvest time; but for the CFO of Padlock […]
SHERIDAN — Whitney Benefits announced Thursday morning the sale of the Whitney soccer fields adjacent to Whitney Commons as well as the west portion of […]
SHERIDAN — With the recent increase in black bear activity in several locations in the Sheridan area, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and the […]
SHERIDAN — Do know a rockstar in the Sheridan area that could use a little recognition? The Sheridan Press is once again accepting nominations […]
SHERIDAN — Two grass fires scorched 160 acres and several small buildings Tuesday afternoon at the Sheridan County Sportsman Gun Club and surrounding […]
SHERIDAN — In February 2012, Tara Schultz found herself as a single mother to three young children, the oldest not even hitting double […]
SHERIDAN — When the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce looked to start a brewfest a few years ago, organizers wanted a one-of-a-kind trophy to go […]
SHERIDAN — A quick tour down Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s hallways and there is little doubt of the hospital’s goal to grow. Behind one door is […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan could see air service at the beginning of November if a $1.6 million revenue guarantee from the state is approved today.
One of […]
SHERIDAN — Following a shooting that left two men dead at a Volunteers of America facility in Riverton, officials from the nonprofit said they’re not […]
SHERIDAN — Whitey Kaul’s 100-acre YO Equine Ranch features beautiful racing horses grazing on vast fields. There is a prominent brown barn, a house […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan resident Sandy Kassen couldn’t believe her eyes.
Sure, she liked to go down to Wyoming Downs about once a week to gamble, but […]
Part 1: 2013 legislation kicks off historic horse racing
SHERIDAN — Back in 2013, two pieces of gambling legislation made it through the Wyoming Legislature and […]
BIGHORN MOUNTAINS — With the bill for battling the Sheep Creek Fire continuing to rise, officials have already broken down how much each organization involved […]
SHERIDAN— A little more than a week ago, Sheridan native Brian Wilson was jumping out of a plane above the Tongue River Canyon. The canyon, […]
BIGHORN MOUNTAINS — The Sheep Creek Fire near Dayton is now approximately 10 percent contained, but the fire is still far from extinguished. The fire […]
BIGHORN MOUNTAINS — The Sheep Creek Fire near Dayton continues to grow exponentially. U.S. Forest Service officials said Tuesday morning the fire has exceeded 1,000 […]
SHERIDAN — Eight-year-old Josh Fackrell is not shy about approaching people on the golf course.
He approaches, removes his Sheridan Junior Golf hat […]
SHERIDAN — At approximately 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Sheridan Fire-Rescue was dispatched to the Penrose Trailhead in Story to assist Story Fire, Rocky Mountain Ambulance and Sheridan […]
SHERIDAN — It was hot, it was crowded and it was action-packed.
The Wild West Wreckers hosted their first ever home roller derby bout Saturday at […]
SHERIDAN — By the time Shaun Evans got to Shell Canyon Thursday afternoon, temperatures were topping 90 degrees. It took him nearly all day, but […]
SHERIDAN — Officials say they will have more power to adjust airfare prices if Key Lime Air becomes the charter service at the Sheridan County […]
SHERIDAN — Some Sheridan area residents will see a water rate increase for fiscal year 2016, with a possible larger increase in years to come.
SHERIDAN — Al Forcelle is not your typical artist. He doesn’t make art for the glory. He craves neither awards nor fame.
His canvases […]
SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality in 2010 found the Goose creeks in Sheridan possessed high levels of sediment and E. coli, meaning […]
SHERIDAN —The Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the biggest event in Sheridan, has come and gone. But summer is not over — actually it’s just heating up, […]
SHERIDAN — For experienced drivers like Byran Bettcher, racing isn’t only about winning.
“It’s all about camaraderie I guess,” Bettcher said. “It’s fun all […]
SHERIDAN — “It was an adventure,” Gerald Erpelding said of the two years he spent traveling the country as a private in the U.S. […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan County has had 372 new homes built since 2010.
Those numbers come from the county Assessor’s Office, which keeps track of all home […]
DAYTON — The Gallery on Main, located near the Dayton post office in the middle of downtown, is a uniquely Dayton art gallery made up […]
DAYTON — As Co-Race Director Michelle Maneval sat at the finish line of the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run Saturday in Dayton, she […]
SHERIDAN — One week before Keith Urban’s bus rolled into Sheridan, it was quiet.
It was the calm before the storm.
But more […]
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County commissioners held an emergency meeting Thursday to establish severance packages for county employees who either voluntarily leave their jobs or […]
SHERIDAN — A Sheridan man pleaded guilty Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court to sexually abusing a 6-year-old girl.
Travis Harp, 25, admitted guilt on […]
CHEYENNE (AP) — Wyoming is a fairly young state by American standards, having joined the union as the 44th state in 1890. But while […]
BIG HORN — Hurdling has become second nature for Bailey Bard. She bounds them as gracefully as a hawk swooping into the water to grab […]
Up into the wild blue yonder: After almost 40 years, Stopka facing new challenges at Sheridan Airport
SHERIDAN — When Great Lakes Airlines formally terminated air service to the Sheridan County Airport back in March, a lot of people thought […]
SHERIDAN — Payton Mills would have finished her junior year at Sheridan High School this year, if she stayed in school. But bullying […]
SHERIDAN — For years, Sheridan High School and Campbell County High School have duked it out on the hardwood, the turf, the track, in the […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan College returned to its roots during the 66th annual commencement ceremony Saturday afternoon as the faculty, graduates and guests in attendance celebrated […]
SHERIDAN — Lois Huson Hall grew up in Clearmont, just down the road from an old brick house built by her grandfather. But Hall’s […]
SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled that Sheridan County School District 2 must turn over minutes from executive sessions related to discussions concerning […]
LARAMIE (AP) — For student-athletes, it’s good news.
For schools having to fund it, it’s a challenge. Yet it’s something most feel they […]
BIG HORN — It predates Sheridan County, built in a time when the town of Big Horn had more residents than Sheridan, Casper and […]
SHERIDAN — Chances are you have stumbled on a little kid’s lemonade stand or two as you walk or drive along on a warm day […]
SHERIDAN — Although completion is still several years away, the North Main Interchange and surrounding development came more into focus Monday when representatives presented […]
SHERIDAN — It’s 20 degrees. The wind is blowing, and his oxygen level is about half of what he’s used to. He hasn’t slept […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan County is one step closer, though still many years out, to having a new collaborative alternative high school. During a regular board […]
UPDATE: (11:59 a.m.)
SHERIDAN — Family members of Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan, have confirmed that he died Sunday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.
Patton was 84.
His oldest son […]
BIG HORN — When the Michigan State Spartans hop on a bus today, their final destination will be Lucas Oil Stadium. Just a few […]
SHERIDAN — Whether you are a man or a woman — or a boy or a girl — you should have a say in what […]
SHERIDAN — Traditionally, Ukrainian women prepared themselves for Pysanky decorating by purifying their spiritual state of mind for the entire day prior — living […]
SHERIDAN — When Judge John Fenn sentenced Joel Scott Elliott, 37, to a split sentence earlier this month, he commented that Elliott was not typical […]
SHERIDAN — It’s easy to get excited about everything happening in Sheridan when you talk to Whitney Benefits President Tom Kinnison about upcoming and […]
SHERIDAN — Officials announced Friday morning the indictment of Sheridan resident Joel Elliott in connection with the June 4, 2014, arson at the Sheridan County […]
SHERIDAN — Strong or weak, man or woman, rich or poor, big or small — anybody can get sick. Illness never discriminates.
For millions […]
SHERIDAN — The passion for education and investment in the future of Sheridan County through the advancement of area children could be felt at every […]
SHERIDAN — It is getting easier for non-traditional students, especially those over age 50, to return to school as Sheridan College is now in its […]
SHERIDAN — County residents may look at the city’s upcoming recycling program with a bit more envy than eco-friendliness at the moment, but landfill administrators […]
Fundraising campaign for arts center begins: NWCCD seeks $4 million to cover cost of equipment, technology, furnishings
SHERIDAN — Officials of the Northern Wyoming Community College District officially launched a capital construction campaign Thursday morning seeking to fund the remaining $4 […]
SHERIDAN — Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan, was taken to a Cheyenne hospital by ambulance Tuesday morning when he reported not feeling well.
Rep. Rosie Berger, R-Big Horn, […]
SHERIDAN — While a ratio of one technology device to one student, or 1:1, has been touted and sought in varying degrees at each […]
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday heard oral arguments in the case regarding whether Sheridan County School District 2 violated open meeting […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan on Skates has announced the official name of Sheridan’s new indoor ice arena: Whitney Rink at the M&M’s Center, in recognition […]
SHERIDAN — Graduating early from high school is no small feat, requiring extra courses and hard work for the shortened time a student is […]
SHERIDAN — A simple question asked a little over a year ago has led to clients at Easter Seals finding new ways to learn, […]
SHERIDAN — Whether your young one plans to enter the U.S. Air Force, wants to take to the skies for fun or to help […]
Easing the transition to UW: Agreements in the works to help ease student transition to 4-year school
SHERIDAN — Soon, students enrolling in one of 16 programs at Sheridan College with the intention of transferring to the University of Wyoming will […]
SHERIDAN — Family and friends of Wyatt Bear Cloud gathered Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court as he received a more lenient penalty in […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School Advanced Placement Government teacher Tyson Emborg had better be careful or students might start expecting that enrolling in his course […]
SHERIDAN — She got there on a Sunday — Sept. 7, 2014 — and by 4:50 a.m. Sept. 8 it had hit her: this […]
SHERIDAN — Recent survey results indicate Sheridan residents think downtown development is important enough that the city should consider revising its rules to make […]
SHERIDAN — Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a structure fire Wednesday morning on Delphi Avenue. No injuries were reported.
“The origin and cause of the fire are […]
SHERIDAN — Mayor John Heath gave his first State of the City address at City Council on Monday, calling on city staff and officials […]
SHERIDAN — Local law enforcement said Monday morning that witnesses reported the woman who died Friday in a collision with a train in Sheridan […]
SHERIDAN — For years, Dianne and Wade Freiboth have dedicated their lives to making achievements and milestones special for local residents.
But the Freiboths […]
SHERIDAN — Judge William Edelman of 4th Judicial District Court heard testimony from investigators, victims and character witnesses Thursday before sentencing Ronald Barnes for […]
CHEYENNE (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead is pledging to keep fighting “with bulldog determination” for the future of Wyoming coal.
Mead told Wyoming legislators […]
SHERIDAN — City and county officials are saying “Whoa!” after receiving payments due to local governments from an off-track betting parlor permitted to open […]
SHERIDAN — Excuses may be running out.
A 2012 public opinion survey found that some of the main reasons city residents didn’t recycle were […]
SHERIDAN — Depending on the day, 10-year-old Julian Skinner of Sheridan will tell you he is the youngest sibling of three, the oldest sibling […]
DAYTON — It only takes a spark to start a fire.
Down 29-35 at the end of the third quarter, it appeared the Tongue […]
From The Associated Press
Protesters in some U.S. cities — repeating the viral online slogan “Je Suis Charlie” or “I Am Charlie”— demonstrated against […]
DAYTON — When it comes right down to it, a town’s allure is found in its people. That sentiment was obvious at a reception […]
SHERIDAN — Sgt. Travis Koltiska with the Sheridan Police Department said that New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day were relatively calm this year.
SHERIDAN — Sarah Forister has been jumping into freezing water every New Year’s Day since she was 9 years old.
Shrouded in a fuzzy […]
SHERIDAN — New Year’s Eve celebrations mark new beginnings and nearly 350 people have been invited to get a first glance — and taste […]
SHERIDAN — There’s just something about a stack of books.
All cattywampus, the corners of colorful covers peek out from under each other, begging […]
SHERIDAN — Saturday marked the first day of Christmas Break for area schools, but five local youth were up and out the door early […]
SHERIDAN — The story starts something like a Louis L’Amour novel — an Iowa boy goes west and becomes a cowboy and then a […]
Getting ready for kindergarten: Subcommittee focusing on early childhood education, kindergarten readiness
SHERIDAN — While members of the Graduation Counts Committee at Sheridan County School District 2 continue to investigate ways to improve the district’s graduation […]
SHERIDAN — After millions of flowers have been assembled in more than 80,000 hours of labor by about 935 volunteer designers, the 126th annual […]
SHERIDAN — If you have attended a performance in the Sue Henry Auditorium at Sheridan High School, it is likely you have experienced the […]
SHERIDAN — The shorter and cooler days have arrived, which for cyclists in our area, signals that it is time to swap two-wheeled transportation […]
SHERIDAN — With the season of giving in full swing, the various charitable organizations in Sheridan County seem to be experiencing support in differing […]
Cattle theft not just a crime of the past: Livestock investigator continues to collect evidence on Aug. 2013 cattle theft
SHERIDAN — The ad in the paper is a plea for help. An offer is made — $20,000 in exchange for information about 24 […]
SHERIDAN — It started last year as a way to thank the community for its support and will return this year with 24,000 twinkling […]
SHERIDAN — He was working for a dollar a day plus room and board at a grocery store in Sheridan when he heard the […]