Archive - Jan 11, 2012 - News

Chamber Address: Strategic Planning

The first Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday focused on the accomplishments of 2011 as well as the goals for 2012.

Sheridan Man Arrested After Car Chase, Linked To Stolen Vehicles

A 20-year-old Sheridan man was arrested by Sheridan Police Tuesday night after a car chase that spanned several blocks in north Sheridan.

Leadership Sheridan County Begins This Weekend

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will begin their eight-month Leadership Sheridan County Program this Friday and Saturday with an introductory retreat for participants.

First Light Hosts Open House

First Light Children's Center held an Open House Tuesday evening to introduce their new programs to the community while meeting with enrolled and prospective parents and children.

Mountain Lion Euthanized In Gillette

Authorities shot and killed a 2-year-old 100-pound female mountain lion in a residential area in north Gillette on Tuesday, according to a media release from the Wyoming Game and Fish.

G&F: Ice Fishing Reminders

With the unusually warm temperatures in northeast Wyoming during the past few weeks there are some things that anglers should remember when it comes to ice fishing, says the Game and Fish.

Error in Governor's Budget Could Affect Sheridan

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An error in Governor Matt Mead's proposed budget for the biennium could have a negative impact on the City of Sheridan.

Scoping Meeting Held on Sheridan Railroad Historic District Master Plan

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A scoping meeting regarding the development of a master plan for the Sheridan Railroad Historic District was held Tuesday night at the Historic Sheridan Inn. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.

JCSD1: Cash Flow Problems Possible From Funding Model

Johnson County School District No. 1 has managed to keep their budget in good shape so far this year, but due to a change in the funding model from the state, the district could see budgetary problems this year and/or in the very near future.

Meeting on Clear Creek School's Fate Draws Good Ideas

A special meeting to discuss the fate of the old Clear Creek School building drew about 40 citizens to hear options, give ideas and ask questions about the decommissioning of the building.