Archive - Oct 5, 2011

Brewing Up a Winner

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This vat of award winning wheat beer displays its medal proudly.

A beer brewed by a local business in Sheridan recently placed very well at a national competition in the Mile High City. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Hospital Board Approves Cath Lab Project

Hospital Board Approves Cath Lab Project

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees approved $2.9 million to go toward the construction of a cardiac catheterization lab at the hospital. The cath lab will be located on the first floor of the hospital's east side near the Emergency Room.

SLIB Board to Consider a Number of Projects Involving Sheridan, Sheridan County

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board is meeting in Cheyenne Thursday to address a number of loan applications from various governmental agencies from around the state.

Governor Mead Encouraged by Fish and Wildlife Decision Regarding Wolves

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

Governor Matt Mead said he is encouraged that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is set to turn management of wolves over to Wyoming.

Fiber Art Galore

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"Fiber Arts 14" has taken over the entire mezzanine for the 14th Annual October show being held at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Over 75 entries from mostly local artists are on display until the end of October.

Deer Sunrise

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

In the Panthers' Den @ Arvada-Clearmont

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Friday, the 5th ranked Meeteetse Lady Long Horns ventured into a Panther's den at Arvada-Clearmont and dropped 3 of 4 games to give the Lady Panthers a big win at home to start the 2nd half of the Volleyball Season. Next up for Arvada-Clearmont will be home games against Hulett set for 5:00 pm & 6:00 pm on Friday the 7th. Scroll down to see more photos.

Sheridan Man Gets 3 Years in SD for Cocaine Possession, DWUI

50-year-old Christopher Harper of Sheridan was sentenced to three years in a South Dakota state prison Wednesday, resulting from a June arrest for DWUI.

Areas Near Reservoir Fire Re-Opened for Day Use

Hot, dry weather caused smoke from the Reservoir Fire to kick up over the Bighorns that could be seen from north Sheridan Saturday evening. photo by Brad Estes

Predicted cooler wet weather in the area of the Reservoir Fire, coupled with a two-week pattern of minimal fire behavior has allowed Big Horn National Forest officials to re-open the Shell and Adelaide Reservoir Areas for day use.

SC RODEO

Jake Mangis a sophomore won the long round in the team roping with partner Corbin Nichols from CWC, they had a time of 6.8, they roped their steer fast in the short round, but Jake only managed to snag a leg which added a 5 second penalty to their time of 6.2 making it a 11.2 on 2 which placed them 5th in the short round and 5th in the average.

Matt Schieck a sophomore with his brother Brad Schieck from UW placed third in the long round in the team roping with a time of 7.3, they drew a good steer in the short round but Brad was unable to catch him, so they placed 7th in the average.