Archive - Sep 10, 2012

City Hosts Air Service Roundtable Discussion

Forward Sheridan Executive Director Jay Stender

The City of Sheridan hosted a roundtable discussion Monday where Forward Sheridan gave an update on the possible formation of an air service task force. Forward Sheridan Executive Director Jay Stender.

Sneak Peek of Ucross Exhibit is Next Week

(Photo by Adam Jahiel, courtesy of the Ucross Foundation)
(Photo by Adam Jahiel, courtesy of the Ucross Foundation)

The newest exhibit at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery won't open until the first week of October, however, people will be able to get a sneak peek of the exhibit Tuesday, September 18th at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.

Fire at Kalif Shrine in Sheridan Under Investigation

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Shortly before 4:30 am Monday morning, Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a report of smoke coming from the Kalif Shrine at 145 West Loucks in Sheridan.

Power Outage In Buffalo Caused By Equipment Failure

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A power outage in Buffalo yesterday left 317 customers of Rocky Mountain Power without electricity, and crews completed repairs by late afternoon.

The outage occurred at 12:31 Monday and crews worked on the problem throughout the afternoon before getting power restored.

Wyoming National Guard Unit to Help Fight Casper Mountain Fire

Two Wyoming Army National Guard UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters, equipped with 600-gallon water buckets, were activated to fight the fires on Casper Mountain.

Car & Truck Show @ Plains Tire

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Pictures by Judy Hagerott

Out Of The Darkness Walk

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Pictures by Judy Hagerott

Wildlife Flee Gilead Fire

The wildlife of the Big Horn National Forest are among the most affected by the Gilead wildfire, which has been growing since it was started by lightning last month.

Sheridan VA Joins Effort To End Homelessness

The Sheridan Veterans Affairs Hospital has joined national VA efforts with a goal of ending veteran homelessness within the next five years.

Casper Mountain Wildfire Causes 400 to Evacuate

(Photo by Rich Kintzi)

A rapidly spreading wildfire has burned at least one structure and forced the evacuation of up to 400 people on Casper Mountain.

Authorities say as many as five structures have burned so far in the path of the Sheep Herder Hill Fire about 10 miles southeast of the Casper city limits.