Over the past few days — and really, the past few years — I have been debating the trolley problem with my husband and a close friend.
Our downtown is the heart of everything that we do, and as COVID-19 continues to have a significant impact in our community, this is the time to support the local economy.
Ten days ago, I attended a live performance of “1984” at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center without a second thought about the other humans sitting around me.
As we’re all experiencing this unprecedented time and dealing with a mixture of emotions, uncertainty and fear, I want to take a moment to reassure all of us that we will get through this crisis.
As you know, we are diligently working to ensure that Sheridan Memorial Hospital is fully resourced to take care of the ongoing and emergent health care needs of our community.
Last Thursday, March 12, our college district, including Gillette College, Sheridan College and Sheridan College in Johnson County, announced that we will remain closed through April 5
There was brief talk this legislative session of expansion of the Medicaid program, commonly referred to as Obamacare.
I had planned to use my space this month to discuss the recent success of the second annual Sheridan WYO Winter Rodeo — an event that drew more than 9,000 spectators into downtown Sheridan Feb. 22.
Sunday is International Women’s Day, dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women and calling for gender equality.
One of my Senate colleagues recently sported an unfamiliar lapel pin: the profile of the Grim Reaper, complete with a scythe.
We were honored with the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Strength of Sheridan Award as well as a Governor’s Arts Award — truly exciting, humbling and inspiring.
Wyoming winters are known for frigid winds, negative degree temperatures, inches upon inches of snow and the occasional winter woes.
It’s my entry in the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run 32-miler, and there has not been one day it has not crossed my mind since I signed up in early January.
The True Black History Museum visited Sheridan College on Wednesday during the traveling museum’s first trip to Wyoming in its 10-year existence.
Our vibrant downtown is successful because of our local leaders, partnerships, volunteers and board members.
“The Legislature does its work by committee,” observed the late John Patton, a former local state legislator.
February is the month of love thanks to Valentine’s Day.
Do you ever imagine if one moment in your life had been different?
Wow. I am nearly speechless, which you know is a rare occurrence for me.
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