Archive - Jan 23, 2012 - News

Applications Being Accepted for Sheridan Citizen's Police Academy

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The Sheridan P.D. is taking applications for the Citizen's Police Academy.

The Sheridan Police Department has begun taking applications for the 2012 Citizen's Police Academy. The academy will be held one night a week from February 15th to May 1st.

Antelope Butte Public Meeting Tuesday in Gillette

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Members of the group working to reopen the Antelope Butte Ski Area will hold a public informational meeting Tuesday, January 24th, as they look to continue spreading the word about their efforts.

VOA Needs Help Tallying Sheridan County Homeless

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies is asking for help with a Point-In-Time Count this Wednesday that they hope will give them a snapshot of the homeless population during one day in Sheridan County.

Wildlife in Northeast Wyoming Are Faring Well This Winter

Photo Courtesy of the Wyoming G&F.

During last year's harsh winter, there was a large number of deer that died north of Gillette. Wyoming Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke explains that there were a number of elements that came together that caused the deer to die.

Yellowstone Featured in National Publication

One of the more common photo opportunities in Yellowstone, Old Faithful. (NPS photo)

Yellowstone National Park has no doubt been featured in many publications and on many television shows for its profound beauty and all of its natural wonders. The latest to feature Yellowstone is Popular Photography magazine. Park Spokesman Al Nash.

JCSD1 To Discuss Input On School At Meeting In Kaycee

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

The Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees will hold their second meeting of January in Kaycee Monday night.

SLIB Awards $500K for Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square

Zach Montgomery

Last Thursday in Cheyenne, the State Lands and Investments Board approved more than $6.2 million in Business Ready grants, including $500,000 for Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square redesign project.

Benefit For Cynda Robinson Raises Over $15,000

Cynda Robinson at her benefit Saturday in Buffalo.

This weekend's benefit for Buffalo's Cynda Robinson, who is fighting cancer, was a great success.

Silent Remembrance

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Barb and Red Hill holding the banner at the Silent Remembrance

For folks driving down Main Street in Sheridan Saturday morning, it wasn't a protest, but a silent vigil that was held in front of the courthouse -- Sheridan's chapter of Right to Life holding their “Silent Remembrance.”

Fly Tying Clinic Held Saturday

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Dorie Thoma concentrates on tying her fly.

This part of Wyoming is known for its fly fishing opportunities and Trout Unlimited sponsored a fly tying clinic Saturday for those fly fishing enthusiasts.