Archive - Sep 2012 - News

September 18th

Fake Fundraisers Prey on Broncs Fans

Sheridan residents and business love their Sheridan High School Broncs, and some out-of state swindlers are looking to make a quick buck off their allegiance.

JCSD1 Board Discusses Current, Upcoming Audits

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their last meeting, discussed the current audit report and the upcoming audit with District Business Manager Matt Ramey.

Commissioners Approve Bid for Airport Sewer Extension

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The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday awarded the bid for the sewer extension project at the Sheridan County Airport to Northern Underground of Sheridan in the amount of $68,375. Commissioner Steve Maier.

Sheridan College Offers Examination of Food Ag, Web of Life

Sheridan College is hosting a two-part lecture this week focused on how small agricultural practices have global impacts. Keith Klement, Director of Agriculture, sums it up.

Gilead Fire Now At 8,028 Acres, 38% Containment

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The latest information on the Gilead Fire, as of 9am this morning, is that the fire has grown to 8,028 acres and is now only 38% contained.

Flu Shot Season Befalls Sheridan County

It's flu shot season around the Big Horns. Public health officers have officially started to push the flu shot onto the public.

Teen Murderer Appeals Life Sentence

A lawyer representing a Sheridan teen serving life in prison without parole in a 2009 home invasion killing has asked the Wyoming Supreme Court to reduce the sentence.

September 17th

Krygyzstan: Along the Great Silk Road

(Image Courtesy of the Ucross Foundation)

Last week Sheridan Media reported on the upcoming Ucross Exhibit entitled “Krygyzstan: Along the Great Silk Road”, that will feature over 40 photos from internationally known photographer Adam Jahiel.

City Council Rejects Bids for Upgrades to Water Treatment Plants

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The Sheridan City Council tabled the bid award for upgrades to the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment plants at their last meeting. Monday night, the Council rejected those bids, and at staff's recommendation, made the decision to do the project in stages.

Bandana Barn Dance Raises Over $130,000

(Image Courtesy of VOA)

Over $130,000 was raised at Saturday's Bandana Barn Dance, an annual fundraiser to benefit Volunteers of America Northern Rockies. VOA CEO and President Jeff Holsinger.