Archive - May 2012 - News

May 21st

Weekly Poll Question: Obama's Support of Gay Marriage

Weekly Poll Question: Obama's Support of Gay Marriage

It remains to be seen if President Barrack Obama's recent showing of support for same sex marriage will end up hurting his chance at a second Presidential term. This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridanmedia.com poll question wants your opinion on the issue.

Lion's Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby This Weekend

The 29th annual Buffalo Lion's Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby will be this coming Memorial Day Weekend.

USFS Prepping Bighorn National Forest For Summer Use

The United States Forest Service is busy gearing up for the upcoming summer season, with its unofficial opening Memorial Day Weekend.

Small Post Offices To Cut Hours

The United States Postal Service has been expected to announce thousands of small offices would be closing due to low revenue, but for now, there's another solution in place.

Buffalo Council Gets Update From Police Department

Buffalo Police Sergeant Garth Nicholas gave the monthly police report to the city council at their meeting Tuesday, discussing the Snap It/Click It program, the extension of the application deadline for a patrol officer and requesting approval to order a new patrol vehicle.

May 20th

19th Annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show

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It was cowboy hats and boots that ruled this past weekend at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. It was the 19th annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show.

All About the Bragging Rights

Dean Roberts making his pull of 166.1 feet.

There's no mistaking the the sound of the farm tractor. Many of us have memories of sitting with grandpa on the old red tractor while he plowed the fields.

It's Time to Unplug

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Four year-old Mallorie with her two year-old brother Landon gear up for the bike ride to North Park.

It's time to unplug and get outside, at least, that's what the Sheridan Community Land Trust is trying to do. Executive Director Colin Betzler.

A week long effort, Sunday's theme was “Pedal and a Picnic.”

Trees for Trash

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Scale House Attendant, Doug Newcomb gives the "thumbs up" to folks after weighing in.

It was a steady stream of flatbeds, horse trailers, and pick-up trucks making a trip to the dump. Saturday was the annual “Trees for Trash” event where folks could clean up and take that trash to the Sheridan City Landfill or smaller loads to the U-S Bank parking lot, all for free.

Bridge Rehab Project to Begin on Big Goose Road

Bridge Rehab Project to Begin on Big Goose Road

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that S&S Builders of Gillette will begin a bridge rehab project on Big Goose Road this week. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell.