Volume 256 | February 22nd, 2024

Top News Stories

Work Can’t Start On Damaged House Until Insurance Work Is Completed

Volunteers and contractors have shown interest in helping rebuild a Sheridan house that was partially torn down during a manhunt, and many are eager to know how soon the work can start.

Last week, the house which is located on the southwest corner of Sheridan Avenue and 7th Street, was partially torn down by law enforcement with an excavator, to get to and/or flush out a wanted man who had barricaded himself inside.

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Wyoming Wildlife Photo Contest Winners Announced

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced and congratulated the winners of Wyoming Wildlife magazine’s annual photo contest. 

According to the Department, photographers of all ages showcased their skills in the 54th annual contest, which received more than 3,000 submissions. The grand-prize winner for best overall photo was titled, “Blossom in the beak,” of a rufous hummingbird from Rob Koelling of Powell, Wyoming. 

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Bison From Yellowstone National Park Transferred To Fort Peck Indian Reservation

During the week of Feb. 5, the National Park Service (NPS) and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) moved 116 Yellowstone National Park bison to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar, Montana.

The Bison Conservation Transfer Program continues to make history, having relocated the largest number of live Yellowstone bison to American Indian Tribes in the world.

The bison transferred to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation included 108 males, four females and four calves.

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Sergeant Nevada Paul Krinkee: A Life of Selfless Service

Sheridan Police Department Sergeant Nevada Paul Krinkee was born Oct. 15, 1990, to Wayne Krinkee and Sally Shea. 

Sheridan Police Department Chief Travis Koltiska and Captain Tom Ringley recently sent information on the life of Sgt. Krinkee, a life of selfless service to his country and community.

He graduated from Bozeman High School in Montana, in 2009 and chose to serve his country by joining the U.S. Army as a light infantryman during the Global War on Terror. Krinkee served proudly in the distinguished 82nd Airborne Division.

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Sports News

Morning Sports

The Sheridan High School Boys Basketball team not only plays in their home finale this Friday, it will be a game that will determine the top 2 seeds out of the northeast quadrant for next weekend’s regional tournament.

Natrona won the first meeting vs. the Broncs about 1 month ago in Casper.

Last week, Thunder Basin did Sheridan a favor by beating the Mustangs, thus setting up this Friday’s big game.

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Fun Facts
  • It takes 42 muscles in the human body to make a frown.
  • If you're average, you have more than five pairs of jeans.
  • 15% of truck owners have a name for their truck.
  • Married men are twice as likely to change their underwear every day than single men.
  • Women think about grocery shopping about 5 times a day, while men think about it every other day.
  • A study reveals that 7% of people buy more junk food when they bring their own bags to the store.
  • About one in six Americans call a tow truck every day.
  • People are 78% more likely to sit in a swing on the weekend in the summer, compared to any other time.
  • Toasters and toaster ovens are the cause of about 3100 house and apartment fires in America every year.
  • 10% of women always carry chocolate this in their purse.
  • A survey says over 40% of us turn down a wedding invitation because we can't afford it.
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