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By |Feb. 15, 2019|

Protecting natural resources Re: Programs available The Sheridan County Conservation District held its annual Tongue River Watershed meeting Feb. 1. I want to share highlights [...]

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By |Feb. 8, 2019|

Wouldn’t it be nice? Re: Political climate Wouldn’t it be great if more of ur politicians voted for the good of their country instead of [...]

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By |Feb. 7, 2019|

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By |Feb. 1, 2019|

When leftwing ideology becomes dangerous Re: New York abortion law The state of New York has now extended abortion “rights” to the day of birth [...]

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By |Jan. 31, 2019|

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By |Jan. 25, 2019|

Read the opinions of your fellow Sheridan Press readers in the latest letters to the editor.

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By |Jan. 19, 2019|

Sign postcards for legislators Re: Dark money in politics If you signed a Wyoming Promise petition last year, thank you! This is to alert you [...]

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By |Jan. 15, 2019|

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By |Jan. 11, 2019|

House of thieves Re: Congressional Democrats On Jan. 8, I saw President Trump explain to the American people why he wants to build the border [...]

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By |Jan. 4, 2019|

Make a meaningful impact Re: National Mentoring Month January is National Mentoring Month, and Jan. 31 is National “Thank Your Mentor” Day. This month is [...]

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By |Jan. 3, 2019|

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Letters

By |Dec. 15, 2018|

More broken promises Re: Ramaco project After listening to Ramaco’s presentation to the county commissioners earlier this year and hearing all of their promises about [...]

Letters

By |Dec. 7, 2018|

Presidential legacy Re: George H.W. Bush I read Thomas McIntyre’s letter to the editor in the Dec. 4 edition of The Sheridan Press and would [...]

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By |Dec. 4, 2018|

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Letters

By |Nov. 30, 2018|

Fire sprinklers in new homes in Sheridan Re: City council discussions I am a contractor, builder that has been building spec homes, custom homes, hospitals, [...]

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Letters

By |Nov. 27, 2018|

Read the opinions of your fellow Sheridan Press readers in the latest letters to the editor.

Letters

By |Nov. 16, 2018|

Cause of brain freeze? Re: Civil discourse In his book “A Small Difference,” Raymond Plank, founder of the Apache Corporation, mentions a case of unintended [...]

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By |Nov. 13, 2018|

Daylight saving time OK Re: Addlesperger column Regarding Caitlin Addlesperger’s column on Nov. 2, 2018, I totally agree with the claim and evidence that she supports it [...]

  • Patriot Guard rider BK Kountz of Casper stands guard during the Vietnam Women’s Memorial replica dedication Thursday at the Sheridan College Veterans Plaza. The memorial is a 2-foot replica of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington, D.C., which was installed to honor women veterans. The replica is a permanent display at the Sheridan College Veterans Plaza. Justin Sheely | The Sheridan Press

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By |Nov. 9, 2018|

A timely thank you  Re: Veterans, family, caregivers Congratulations to all veterans currently serving on active duty or retired and their families. Thank you for [...]

Letters

By |Nov. 2, 2018|

Support Mary Throne Re: Nov. 6 election I’m writing on behalf of Mary Throne for governor of Wyoming. While believing our state and nation need [...]

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By |Oct. 30, 2018|

Vote Hackman Re: Nov. 6 election It’s not everyday that we have the opportunity to elect a real quality candidate like Hollis Hackman for Wyoming [...]

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By |Oct. 26, 2018|

Haswell most qualified for commission Re: Nov. 6 election Without question, Christi Burgess Haswell is the most qualified leader running for Sheridan County commissioner. Christi’s [...]

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