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Hageman Issues Statement After First Congressional Debate

Harriet Hageman, Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Wyoming, tonight clearly demonstrated why voters are fed up with Rep. Liz Cheney during a debate sponsored by Wyoming PBS in Sheridan. Hageman’s campaign manager, Carly Miller, issued the following statement:. “It was big of Liz Cheney to...
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Cheney, Hageman Debate Doesn’t Turn Into Jerry Springer Show But It Got Lively

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney defended her actions against former President Donald Trump on Thursday in the first debate between all five Republican contenders for Wyoming’s lone House seat. Cheney, in her closing comments during the debate sponsored by WyomingPBS, said...
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Buffalo Council, Fire Chief Approve Burning Request

A request from a resident for a variance to city code to allow burning of slash piles has been approved by both Buffalo Fire Chief Gomer Gammon and the city council. Mayor Shane Schrader and Gammon discussed the details about the variance request during the recent council meeting. Gammon said...

Wyoming Democrats respond to Republican primary debate

SHERIDAN, WY- Overnight Republicans came together for a primary debate in Sheridan, Wyoming. The debate featured multiple candidates with this being the first showdown between the current Congresswoman Liz Cheney and Trump-backed Harriet Hageman. Hageman took multiple opportunities to showcase her support for the former president, whereas the congresswoman defended...

WATCH: Rep. Liz Cheney debates GOP primary opponents

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Wyoming PBS is airing the debate between incumbent U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and her Republican primary challengers, including Harriet Hageman, who is backed by former President Donald Trump, and Gillette’s Denton Knapp. Thursday’s debate hosted by Wyoming PBS in Sheridan will be closed to the...

Registration Now Open for Plein Air in the Parks

Plein Air in the Parks is a collaborative weekend event presented this year by Wyoming State Parks, the Wyoming Arts Council, Cheyenne Artists Guild, and SAGE Community Arts. This annual painting and drawing competition pairs talented artists with beautiful locations, and offers cash prizes to top participants. For the second time, there will be two separate Plein Air in the Parks events in different locations – Curt Gowdy State Park (Cheyenne), Sept. 15-19 and Trail End State Historic Site (Sheridan) Sept. 22-25. Registration for youth and adult categories is now open and available online for both events.
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Fourth of July Celebrations in Sheridan’s Early Days

This Monday is the Fourth of July. Most people look forward to a three day weekend to spend with family and friends, cook some hamburgers on the grill, and enjoy fireworks to celebrate America’s Independence Day. Independence Day is a federal holiday, commemorating the ratifying of the Declaration of...
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Habitat for Humanity is moving locations

Habitat for Humanity of The Eastern Bighorns is bringing the family under one roof. Habitat for Humanity of The Eastern Bighorns is relocating all of its operations under one roof. The new location is 44 Fort Rd. in Sheridan. While appearing on Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse program, HFHEB Director Christine...

Sheridan Golf Team Places 19th at National Invitational

A group of golfers from Sheridan competed in the High School National Invitational Tournament that was held at the Pinehurst collection of courses in North Carolina. The Sheridan ladies ended up taking 19th place as a team at +204. Individually for Sheridan, Samantha Spielman who was the 4A state champion back in 2020 finishing 99th overall with rounds of 81-87 and 79. Gabi Wright took 137th as she carded rounds of 88-85 and 88. Kate Jorgenson who took 8th place at the 4A state tournament finished 152nd as she shot 90-93 and 86. Shebi Gardner ended up 184th after rounds of 96-94 and 97. Libby Gardner took 186th after she carded rounds of 92-98 and 98.

Crowds gather to honor local Marine killed in Osprey crash

ST. ONGE, S.D. — On June 8, 2022, an MV-22 Osprey based at Camp Pendleton in California crashed into the desert, killing all five Marines on board. All five were based at Camp Pendleton and assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor (VMM) Squadron 364. One of those Marines was 21-year-old...
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Fireworks in Ranchester

With no fireworks at the Bighorn Equestrian Center this Fourth of July, the town of Ranchester is expecting a much bigger crowd this year. Mayor Peter Clark said the fun will begin about 2pm with local venders ready to help supply your picnic. He said the fireworks will be moved...

Sheridan’s Bourdon brothers ride to national rodeo finals

Two brothers from Sheridan have earned positions on the Indiana National High School rodeo team. Evan Bourdon, a senior at Sheridan High School (SHS), and Joe Bourdon, a freshman as SHS, will travel with fellow teammates to Gillette, Wyo., to compete at the 74th annual National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR) in the Steer Wrestling and Calf Roping competitions. The events take place July 17 to 23.

Mischke awarded national coaching award

In his more than 50 years of coaching school sports, Buffalo High School assistant track and field coach Steve Mischke has collected just about every award and accolade imaginable — from team championships to induction into the Wyoming Coaches Association Hall of Fame. But last weekend, Mischke added one more award to his collection. He was named 2022 National Assistant Girls’ Coach of the Year at the National High School Athletic Coaches Association’s convention.