Archive - Jun 23, 2012

The Parkway Motel - gone but not forgotten

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As the sunset glow illuminates the top of the flour mill on the first day of summer it serves as a reminder of the sun setting on the Parkway Motel that until this day stood for many years in the now vacant area you see in the foreground. Yes, the Parkway Motel is no more but perhaps the following photos, taken in 2006, will provide a glimpse into what was and bring back memories of the past.

TROOPERS WIN TWO IN POWELL.

The Sheridan Troopers opened a tournament in Powell Friday with two victories.

They opened with a 10-1 win over Lovell and came back to beat the Billings Halos 6-5.

The Troops now stand at 26-4 overall and will continue play today in Powell.

They play Williston, North Dakota and Powell today and finish up the tournament with a game against Cody Sunday.

The Troopers next home game will be Tuesday night when the host a conference game with the Casper Drillers.

It's a single nine inning game starting at 5:00 the game can also be heard live on 14-10 KWYO.

City of Sheridan Receives MRG Grant

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan received some good news from the state this week regarding funding for the West Downtown Phase III Construction Project. City Engineer Lane Thompson gives us the details.

Lummis Stands Up for Powder River Basin Coal

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

U.S. Representatives Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming, and Denny Rehbrg, Montana, both big supporters of Powder River Basin coal production, earned the backing of bipartisan members of Congress in a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior, urging them to reject calls of an unprecedented expansion of environmental reviews for coal exports.

Buffalo To MDU: Fix Alleyways Or We Will Bill You

Buffalo's City Council heard a report from City Attorney Ben Kirven that he had drafted a letter to Montana-Dakota Utilities (MDU) informing them that the city would like to see their crews implementing repairs to alleyways and streets that have been torn up due to utility work performed by the comp

Relay for Life

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Survivor lap at the Relay for Life Friday night.

Friday night at the Normative Services track, west of Sheridan, the annual Relay for Life fundraiser was held, raising money in the fight against cancer.

Seventeen teams participated and close to 40-thousand dollars was raised. Coordinator Nicole Marron