Archive - Apr 25, 2012 - News

Wyoming Plans Wolf Hunts This Fall

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has voted to allow hunters to kill up to 52 wolves in the state this fall.

Fighting the Culture of Alcohol in Sheridan

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The Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday night in the C-Tel room at Sheridan College. It was all about engaging community members to think in new ways about the culture of alcohol in our community.

Arrest Made in Connection with Incident at Sheridan Eagles Club

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There have been new developments regarding the incident that took place last Saturday morning at the Eagles Club at 5th and Main in Sheridan. Sheridan Police Lt. Chris Dahmke gives us the latest.

North Sheridan Interchange EA Complete

The Wyoming Department of Transportation in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration have announced that they have completed an Environmental Assessment on the proposed improvements to Interstate 90, North Main Street, and the relocation of the North Sheridan Interchange.

Gerard's Preliminary Hearing Postponed

Buffalo City Councilman Justin Gerard did not appear in court as scheduled Wednesday because a continuance in his case has been filed.

The Rise of Prescription Drug Abuse

Tuesday we told you about National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, which Sheridan will be taking part in this Saturday in the Walgreen's parking lot from 10 am to 2 pm. Today we'll talk a little bit about how big of a problem prescription drug abuse has become.

Riparian Management Open House

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Sheridan County hosted the last of three public events Tuesday regarding code alternatives for riparian management within the County. The open house began with a discussion on the two options that have come to the forefront following public input from the last two workshops and from online input.

Keystone Seniors Honored Tomorrow

The Sheridan Senior Center is hosting the 2nd Annual Keystone Awards at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds at 6 PM Thursday.

Classes On How To Protect Family Heirlooms Today

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo and the Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan are offering classes today to teach people how to protect their family keepsakes and heirlooms.

Preliminary Hearing For Buffalo Councilman Gerard Today

Buffalo City Councilman Justin Gerard's preliminary hearing is scheduled for today in Gillette, stemming from his arrest last week on charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.