Archive - Jun 2012 - News

June 5th

Transit of Venus Is Today

Sheridanites have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the planet Venus transit across the sun in a rare, eclipse-like event. Rob Milne, an instructor at Sheridan College, explains what's going to happen.

Rochelle Elk Herd Meetings This Week In Campbell County

Erika Peckham, Senior Wildlife biologist with Wyoming Game and Fish.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public information gathering meetings in Gillette and Wright this week to discuss herd management objectives for the Rochelle Hills Elk Herd, which includes Hunt Areas 113 and 123.

Public Forum On Fate Of Lake DeSmet Tonight In Buffalo

A public meeting to discuss the fate and future of Lake DeSmet and the numerous possible uses of the resource will be held tonight at 7pm in the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

SMH Wins Paitent Satisfaction Awards

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has received accolades for customer satisfaction from a nationwide evaluation company, known as Avatar awards.

Johnson County To Discuss Special District Budgets

The first Johnson County Commission meeting of June will be Tuesday at the courthouse in Buffalo beginning at 9am.

June 4th

Wyoming Arapaho, Shoshone Tribes Conflicted Over Killing Eagles

The Northern Arapaho tribe says neither the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service nor the Eastern Shoshone Tribe has the right to prevent the Arapaho from killing bald eagles for religious purposes on the central Wyoming reservation the two tribes share.

Wool Prices Looking Up

Sheep ranchers in Wyoming have seen prices for their products reach all-time highs this spring.

Two Vehicle Crash Near Sheridan Kills Dayton Woman

A media release from the Wyoming Highway Patrol states that at approximately 9:05 Monday morning, 31-year-old Dayton resident Amie Dominguez was killed in a two vehicle crash on Interstate 90 one mile east of exit 20 near Sheridan.

Poll Question: Liz Cheney For Statewide Office?

This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridanmedia.com poll question is: Would Liz Cheney be a good candidate for statewide office in Wyoming?

Council to Address Consensus Funding and New Fire Chief

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Council to Address Consensus Funding and New Fire Chief

The Sheridan City Council has a pretty full agenda to work with this evening as they meet for their first regularly scheduled meeting of June tonight. Councilor Ryan Mulholland highlights a few of the bigger items that will be up for Council's consideration.