Archive - Aug 16, 2010

Sheridan City Council Approves Fee Changes at Landfill

CIty of Sheridan Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau
CIty of Sheridan Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau

The Sheridan City Council approved a resolution at their meeting Monday night that changes the fee schedule at the City Landfill. The new fee schedule needed to be adopted because the landfill is now able to accept several new materials. City of Sheridan Solid Waster Manager Charles Martineau.

EPA Tackles Oil and Gas Air Pollution

The E-P-A is taking a close look at what happens to air quality when oil and gas drilling operations move in. The agency is updating industry rules for monitoring and reducing pollution, which can include chemicals used in production, as well as the usual pollution culprits: ozone and particles.

One-Cent Survey Results Include “Greater Input from the Public”

The results of the 2010 “Optional One-Cent Sales Tax Community Values Survey” are out. Melissa Butcher, with PB Consulting says with this survey, they didn't ask questions about particular entities or programs, but rather what people's general values are:

Polo & Polo Hall of Fame Inductee

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Kurt Luplow inducted into the Big Horn Polo Club Hall of Fame

Kurt Luplow, the newest inductee into the Big Horn Polo Club Hall of Fame

Firefighters and Fido's

Six members of Sheridan Fire-Rescue take some pooches for a run in Kendrick Park Monday morning.

On a bright sunny Monday morning, six members of Sheridan Fire Rescue and several four-legged friends from the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter met up for a 20-minute jaunt around Kendrick Park. Shelter Director Cel Hope.

Public Pulse - Monday 08/16/10

House # 51 Rosie Berger, Bill Doenz

Big Horn Polo

Kurt Luplow Big Horn Polo {HOF}

Kurt Luplow, the newest inductee into the Big Horn Polo Club Hall of Fame, reminisces with Bob Connell about the polo picture he is holding from 60-plus years ago.

Kurt was inducted into the Hall of Fame in a ceremony during half-time of the Powder Horn Cup held Sunday at the Big Horn Equestrian Center between the Century 21 team and the D-D Ranch team.

The Century 21 team prevailed over the D-D Ranch team by a score of 9 to 4.

Taste Testers Tickle Tummies at Taste of Sheridan

It was a finger-lickin' good time at the 2nd Annual Taste of Sheridan Sunday afternoon in Thorne-Rider Park,

The 2nd Annual “Taste of Sheridan” was a home run as hundreds filled Thorne Rider Stadium Sunday evening. Lined up in booths along both infield base lines, 17 Sheridan area restaurants and caterers showcased their specialties, and it was all done to raise community awareness of the North Main Development and Revitalization plan.

Dirt Duathlon Makes a Dent in the Cost of Diabetes

Participants in Saturday's 4th Annual Dirt Duathlon enjoyed running in cooler temps.

Fifty athletes participated in the 4th Annual Dirt Duathlon held Saturday on the Forbes Ranch south of Sheridan.  A fundraiser for the Diabetes Strip Assistance Program at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, money raised helps area low-income and uninsured diabetics get the blood glucose test strips they need to monitor their blood sugar levels.

More Bears Than Usual in Yellowstone

Yellowstone has had record number of visitors this year, but inhabitant numbers are up as well:

Al Nash, Public Affairs Officer with Yellowstone, says this increase in includes some of the “big 5”:

And, he says that since there are more bears and a limited ecosystem: