Archive - Oct 8, 2012 - News

DDA Public Forum Set For Tonight

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The Downtown Sheridan Association and the City of Sheridan will host a public forum this evening in an effort to garner input on the proposed establishment of a Downtown Development Authority. DSA Executive Director Staci Coe.

Missing Cody Girl Found Safe

The Amber Alert that was issued Monday night by the Cody Police Department for an 11-year-old Cody girl has been canceled. Authorities confirmed that just before 9 pm, Katelynn Groves was found.

Story Centennial Park Makeover

This Wednesday afternoon, there'll be a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Story Centennial Park, as the park has received an overhaul for the better.

Missing Fisherman Found Alive In Outlaw Canyon

A fisherman reported missing was found alive last Saturday in Outlaw Canyon west of Kaycee after spending three days there unable to hike out.

$5,000 Grant to be Used for Scholarship Program Development at TR Child's Place

Last month Sheridan Media reported that the Sheridan-Johnson Community foundation had awarded $20,000 in grant money to three different non-profits in Sheridan and Johnson County.

Sheridan Dems Host Film Screening

The Sheridan County Democratic Party is hosting a free screening of Bill Moyers's mini-documentary entitled “The United States of Alec.” The film seeks to expose how corporate interests influence legislation via the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

Chamber of Commerce Boasts New Board President

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce is officially touting a new board president.

Chamber Luncheon Wednesday Highlights Mines, Lodging Tax

This month's Chamber of Commerce luncheon will be Wednesday at the Holiday Inn.

Sheridan County Dems Hurting for Participation

When voters step into the booth next month for the general election, they may notice their choices are largely one-sided. While there were a couple heatedly contested seats in the primaries, the greatest competition was within the Republican Party.

Wyoming Treasurer Dies

Wyoming State Treasurer, Joe Meyer, passed away Friday. Wyoming governor, Matt Mead, has ordered all U.S. and Wyoming flags to be flown at half-mast until Oct. 21 in memory of Meyer's service to the state of Wyoming.