Yellowstone Continues Efforts To Open Dunraven Pass, Beartooth Highway For Season. (Courtesy Photo)
Yellowstone National Park Crews continue their efforts to Open Dunraven Pass and Beartooth Highway for the season. Spring clearing of the Beartooth Highway will resume Monday following a week-long cleanup and safety assessment of a rock slide that temporarily closed the road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Tower Junction. That road reopened June 1st.
The 11th Annual Wyoming Rehab Hoop Jam kicked off on a beautiful Saturday morning in Sheridan as 190 teams went into action on the courts of Whitney Plaza - behind Sheridan Commercial. Proceeds from the event support Sheridan School District #2 Athletic Training Program and Wyoming Rehab's continued advancement of Sports Medicine.
Thursday evening Brielle Green dipped up huckleberry ice cream in a waffle cone at the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand complete with a free smile. The stand has been open - weather permitting - since May 12th and has now changed to its summer hours of operation of 11:00 am to 9:00 pm daily now that school is out.
Scammers in Sheridan are up to their tricks again.
The latest scam to be reported to the Sheridan Police Department involved a local business receiving an e-mail supposedly from a well known bank. The e-mail noted that the subject's account had been deactivated because of “possible unauthorized access”.
The hoops are up at Whitney Plaza - behind Sheridan Commercial where Katie Mischke, from Sheridan, was getting in a little practice on Friday evening. From the looks of that dunk others in the women's bracket should be shaking in their shoes if they have to go up against her.
Warm temps could cause local waterways to rise significantly throughout the weekend.
Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman received some bad news Friday at the flood briefing by the National Weather Service in Billings. Coleman says that what he learned was inevitable with the sudden rise in temperatures.
Yes, after over one million miles spread over 36 years Agnes Blaney in Bus #15 officially retired as a Sheridan County School District No. 2 and Sheridan College bus driver on Friday. She will be missed by students, parents, teachers, coaches and fellow bus drivers. Scroll down to see more of her last day on the job.
Allocation of $1.8 million in supplemental consensus funding that was approved during this past legislative session was the topic of a meeting this week between officials from the City of Sheridan, Sheridan County, Ranchester, Dayton and Clearmont.