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April 1st, 2015

Cleared for Takeoff

Great Lakes Airlines departs from the Sheridan County Airport for the final time Tuesday. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan County Airport is now without commercial air service. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Game, Fish Officials Remind Anglers of New Regulations

Both fishermen and women in increased numbers are taking advantage of fishing opportunities, now that most of the ice has melted from the waters around Sheridan County.

Barrasso Discusses Budget Resolution

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso (Photo by Ron Richter)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming was in Sheridan Monday, where he spoke with Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter about the budget.

March 31st

Soccer/ Golf / Track and Field all in action Thursday / Colorado Rockies open the MLB season Monday

SOCCER - The Sheridan high school soccer teams open conference play tomorrow with Gillette at Homer Scott stadium in a varsity double header the Broncs play at 4:00 and the Lady Broncs at 6:00.

The Lady Broncs went unbeaten in four matches on the opening weekend of the season the Broncs went 1-1-2 overall,

TRACK - The Bronc and Lady Bronc track teams will be at a meet tomorrow in Gillette.

GOLF - The Sheridan high school golfers play in their first tournament is tomorrow in Worland.

District 1 Trustees, Teachers Start Dialog

Two Sheridan County School District 1 trustees met with teachers Tuesday night to start work on re-establishing a relationship between the district's administrators and faculty.

Local youth Hoop Champs

The Sheridan County Rams 8th Grade Basketball team traveled to Billings, Mt over the weekend to play in the Billings Elite “Hoop It Up” Basketball Tournament.

The Rams went 6-0 on the weekend winning the Championship over the Billings Flight 35-34. There were 13 team in the 8th Grade bracket.

The Rams are coached by Mark Fritz and Kyle Eisele.

In the picture: Back Row L to R: Parker Christensen, Brock Hill, Jaren Fritz, Jaxon Parker

Front Row L to R: Dalton Gregory, Quinn McCafferty, Kade Eisele, Cade Reisch, Carter Wells

Sheridan Mini-Bus Up For Agency of Year

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The min-buses are ready to go early in the morning. (Courtesy of Sheridan Mini-Bus).

A local transit service has been nominated for an award. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Kendrick Boardwalk is No More

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Photo by Leslie Stratmoen.

Now that warmer weather is upon us and more residents are using the Sheridan Pathways, Sheridan Parks and Recreation officials want to let people know there has been a change in the pathways around Kendrick Park.

Council Endorses Unread Gas Developer Bonds Deal

An oversight panel for the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has dismissed bond forfeiture proceedings against a coal-bed methane developer despite concern among some members they hadn't read the settlement behind their vote.

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