Archive - Dec 2012

December 25th

Bighorn National Forest Hiring for Summer Seasonal Positions

The Bighorn National Forest is hiring for temporary/seasonal work for the coming summer season. (A list of available positions can be found at www.fs.usda.gov/bighorn)

Officials with the Bighorn National Forest recently announced they're looking to fill a wide range of summer positions. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Judge Merges Suits Challenging Wyoming Wolf Plan

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Judge Merges Suits Challenging Wyoming Wolf Plan (Stock photo)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A federal judge in Washington D.C. has merged two lawsuits filed by coalitions of environmental groups challenging the federal government's recent transfer of wolf management authority to the state of Wyoming.

2012 On Track to Be Wyoming's Driest in 118 years

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A year ago, all parts of Wyoming were free of drought. Now, 2012 is on track to be the driest in Wyoming in 118 years after a dry spring and summer. The latest U.S.

Governor, Delegation Want Public in on Forest Merger

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead and the state's congressional delegation have asked the U.S. Forest Service to involve the public on the possibility of merging the Caribou-Targhee and Bridger-Teton national forests. The agency has been undertaking an internal study of the idea.

December 24th

The Best Thing About Christmas

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The Best Thing About Christmas (Photo by Ron Richter)

What makes Christmas special? Is it the presents, the food, the parties, just what is it that we so look forward to? For most folks in Sheridan, it's family.

Walleye Club To Help With Habitat At Lake DeSmet

Northern Wyoming Walleyes Unlimited Club members Bob Sullivan and Gary Mills approached the Johnson County Commission for support of their plan to help improve habitat at Lake DeSmet.

Mills explains more about the project.

Christmas @ 1353 Woodworth Street

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"Christmas around Sheridan with Sheridan Media" passed by 1353 Woodworth Street and this is what they saw.

Three Day Blood Drive This Week

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There will be a community blood drive in Sheridan this week that will take place Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Travel Scholarships Available for Downtown Revitalization Conference

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The Wyoming Main Street Program is offering travel scholarships to a conference that will help participants revitalize and build vibrant commercial districts in Wyoming’s downtowns. Several scholarships are available for the National Main Streets Conference in New Orleans, in April of next year.  Th