Sheridan public safety officials, including firefighters and law enforcement officers, responded to Tuesday's snowstorm and the hazards it entailed, including downed power lines, fallen trees and traffic safety issues.
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With heavy snowfall in Sheridan County Tuesday, many of the local sports teams were forced to amend their practice schedules or routines.
Cleanup from Tuesday's heavy, wet snowstorm continued into Wednesday's work day, with snow accumulations totaling less than a foot in most places throughout Sheridan County.
With warming temperatures and summer-like weather, many visitors are heading to the Bighorn National Forest. Unfortunately, some of those trips are ending with a tow truck and a few have received violation notices. There is still a substantial amount of snow and most roads and facilities are not yet accessible.
I have a confession: I hate winter. I begin counting down the days until spring the instant I see the first snowflake of the season. While others are strapping on their skis and building entire snow villages, I’m buying one of those lights that’s supposed to trick your body into being happy and refusing to leave my house if the temperature dips below 30. Luckily, I have the gentle majesty of books (and my mood light) to keep me going through the challenging Wyoming winter.
CHEYENNE — Continued low levels of precipitation in Wyoming this winter could mean a bad wildfire season this summer.