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September 12th, 2012

Air Service the Topic at Sheridan County Chamber Luncheon

Pete Schoonmaker at Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.
Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dixie Johnson

Earlier this week Sheridan Media reported on air service in Sheridan as we heard from Forward Sheridan's Jay Stender about the formation of an air service task force that would be made up of local individuals.

Bud Love Wildlife Management Area Reopened to the Public

Bud Love Wildlife Management Area Reopened to the Public

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced that the Bud Love Wildlife Management area is now once again open to the public. The area had been closed temporarily, as fire crews battling the Gilead Fire on the Bighorn National Forest were using it for a staging area.

Fire Closure Area Reduced

The Powder River Ranger District has announced some areas previously closed due to the Gilead wildfire have been reopened.

A Grand Commitment

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Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young
Griffith Foundation President Art Felker
Sheridan College Foundation VP Anthony Spiegelberg
Griffith Foundation President Art Felker signs the check.

The Griffith Foundation has committed $2.5 million to go toward the renovation and expansion of the Thorne-Rider Student Center at Sheridan College. Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young.

Sheridan Native Competes For National Ballroom Titles

(Photo courtesy of Jordan Quintana)

Sheridan Native, Jordan Quintana, is emerging as one of the most elite amateur ballroom dancers in the nation.

SHS Tennis Seniors Recognized

On the last home tennis matches of the season Tuesday the Sheridan Seniors were recognized. Seniors Brad Peterson, Cameron Ellis, Malick Grant, Rachael Wood, Hailey Ligocki, Megan Eisenhauer, Denim Lind, and Laramie Westcott were recognized for their contributions to the team prior to taking to the courts for their last home stand.

Gilead Wildfire Eats Another 240 Acres

The Gilead wildfire, as seen from the HF Bar Ranch. (Photo by Clark Smyth, National Incident Response Team)

The Gilead Wildfire, burning near Buffalo and Story, grew 240 acres over the last two days, and officials with the National Incident Response Team estimate the fire's total size to be 6,000 acres.

VA Identifies 6 Pillars To End Vet Homelessness

Earlier this week, Sheridan Media reported how the local Veterans Affairs hospital is joining national efforts to end homelessness among veterans.

September 11th

SHS TENNIS POSTS VICTORIES / EARLY START FRIDAY FOR BRONC FOOTBALL

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams swept conference matches at Casper Kelly Walsh Tuesday both teams posted the same record winning 4-1.

They play at Powell Friday and in Cody Saturday those matches will end their regular season.

SC VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals dropped a 3-1 match against Rocky Mountain college Tuesday night.

VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team will play at home this week, Friday night they host Cheyenne Central and Saturday afternoon they host Cheyenne East.

Busy Schedule for Concord Coalition Regional Director

The Rocky Mountain Regional Director of the Concord Coalition will be spending the next several days in the Sheridan area to speak to various groups and organizations.