Archive - Jan 17, 2012

Dinner for 38 at 4:15 pm - no reservations needed

A huge herd of antelope including these 38 are busy having dinner as the sunsets west of the large open field just south of the college Tuesday afternoon.

Airport to Apply for FAA and State Grants

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Airport to Apply for FAA and State Grants

The Sheridan County Airport will apply for two grants, one through the FAA and one through the State Aeronautics Division.

Sheridan County Approves Land Lease Agreement With Verizon

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Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston

Sheridan County Commissioners approved a land lease agreement with Verizon Wireless Tuesday. The agreement solidifies a prior agreement between Verizon and the Sheridan County Fair Association to construct a 60 foot monopole cell tower near the Fairgrounds office building.

Fire Destroys Shed on KROE Lane, No Injuries

Smoke rises from a shed on Kroe Ln. Monday afternoon. Crews believe smoldering ashes that were stored inside of it earlier in the day ignited combustibles and caused the fire. (photo courtesy SFR)

Sheridan Fire-Rescue contained a structure fire to a shed on the 600 Block of KROE Lane Monday evening, preventing the blaze from reaching the adjacent home, according to a media release from Fire Marshal Brian Songer.

SCSD2: Clean Audit, Bid To Advertise Meadowlark Furnishing

Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees received a clean audit report and heard construction updates on Meadowlark elementary school at their regular meeting Monday night.

Kendrick Mansion

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Just a nice day to enjoy the beauty of the Kendrick Mansion.

Photo taken by Wolf Point Photography

Warmth in the mid 50's, early January 2012

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Warmth in the mid 50's, early January 2012. A beautiful day brings out a motorcycle and lots of shopping downtown Sheridan Wyoming.

Photo taken by Wolf Point Photography

District To Meet With Governor Regarding Coffeen Funding

Sheridan County District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty

The Sheridan County School District 2 Board of Trustees met for their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night and received an update on funding for a potential new Coffeen Elementary school.

Occupy Protester Tells His Story

In late December, a well-known musician from Tensleep, Wyoming was arrested along with nine other protesters at the Occupy Iowa Caucus in downtown Des Moines, Iowa. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.