Historian Jennifer Helton offers a lesson in the courage, and flaws, that played into the territory’s historic decision.
A legislative committee recently decided against changing or eliminating the state’s net metering statute. Sheridan solar business owner Richard Mack says that was a wise move.
Economies change, writes guest columnist Jason Shogren. But when that happens, the question is whether to rip off the metaphorical Band-Aid, or take the time to gently trim away the tape from the skin.
As she prepares for a play in Sheridan that some might consider edgy, theater educator Grace Cannon contemplates the tenuous act of creative expression.
Lifelong hunter Paul W. Hansen makes the case for switching to nontoxic ammo. Not only is it healthier for families and scavengers, he says, but the performance is superior.