Archive - Jun 2009

June 17th

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT BOARD TALKS NEW LIGHTS AT FIELD AND RECENT CITY COUNCIL DECISION

The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

SHERIDAN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ONE DISCUSSES DISCONTINUING BREAKFAST PROGRAM

The Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees held their June meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.

06/17/09 Sports for Wednesday

Following back to back seasons winning the 2-A girls volleyball and basketball state titles head coach Mike Daley stepped down as coach this spring. Last night the district one school board made it official both programs have new head coaches the next volleyball coach for the Lady Rams is a familiar name in Sheridan county.

June 16th

VIEWING FOR ONLINE AUCTION ITEMS BEGINS TODAY AT SHERIDANMEDIA.COM

Viewing is underway for the on-line auction at sheridanmedia.com. Auction Administrator Julie Chadwick says that the number of items has grown substantially compared to the first auction several months ago.

Chadwick explains how you cant take part in the auction and when the actual bidding begins.

BOZEMAN TRAIL DAYS WILL BE THIS WEEKEND AT FORT PHIL KEARNY

This Saturday and Sunday is the 2009 Bozeman Trail Days at Fort Phil Kearny. The event has been around since the mid '80's and Fort Curator Sonny Reisch explains some of the activities that'll be going on over the weekend.

THE 14th ANNUAL CASA CARNIVAL IS THIS SATURDAY AT KENDRICK PARK

This Saturday Kendrick Park in Sheridan will be home to the 14th annual CASA carnival. Sheridan County Coordinator for CASA, Polly Howard gives us a brief rundown of just what CASA does.

June 15th

06/16/09 sports for Tuesday

The Sheridan Troopers had their double header with Spearfish South Dakota rained out last night they'll make those games up at a later date. The troopers played a double header with Douglas in their last games on Saturday when they split a pair. Tomorrow are set to head over to Cody for road games.

SENATOR BARRASSO WEIGHS IN ON THE TOPIC OF HEALTHCARE REFORM

Health care reform has been a hot topic on Capitol Hill as of late, and Sheridan Media's Ron Richter sat down with U.S. Senator John Barrasso to get his views on the topic.

CONGRESS CONSIDERS WILDLIFE GUARANTEE FOR PUBLIC LANDS IN WYOMING

Wyoming big game, fish and other wildlife could soon have a guaranteed home on public lands. Congress is looking at a bi-partisan bill that would require the Forest Service and B-L-M to coordinate and manage lands to maintain sustainable populations of fish and wildlife, while also managing oil and gas development.

WE'VE GOT SOME CLARIFICATION REGARDING RECENT REPORTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN LARAMIE CLOSING

Late last week a story surfaced indicating that the University of Wyoming would be closing the Geological Museum in Laramie effective July 1st.