Archive - Sep 2012 - News

September 7th

Wyoming Considers Hunting, Fishing Basic Rights

Wyoming voters will decide in November's general election whether to amend the state constitution to specify that the opportunity to hunt, fish and trap will be preserved.

September 7th

Honoring Fallen Heroes Blood Drive

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To honor all fallen heroes, ServeWyoming, along with United Blood Services, will hold the Honoring Fallen Heroes Blood Drive this Wednesday, September 12th, from noon to 6 pm at the Sheridan Fire-Rescue building at 151 South Scott Street.

Governor Mead Applauds Wolf Delisting

Governor Matt Mead released a statement Friday saying he thinks the de-listing of the Wyoming gray wolf from the Endangered Species List has been a long time coming.

Sheridan Broncs Action and Local Scores!

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The Sheridan Broncs have beaten Cheyenne Central 45 to 0 for their second win of the season!

The Big Horn Rams beat Burns by a score of 44 to 22.

Tongue River fell to Glenrock 39 to 10.

Buffalo loses to Powell 41-14.

Sheridan Media will keep you updated!

Drought Pushes Wildlife Away From Usual Areas

Sheridan Media recently reported on the effects of this year's record-setting drought and how it may impact wildlife. Game and Fish information Specialist, Warren Mischke, said we may see deer, elk, moose or bears in unusual
areas.

Gilead Fire At 5,632 Acres And 5 Percent Contained

The Gilead Fire from French Creek Road NW of Buffalo on Thursday, September 6

UPDATE- The Gilead Fire Incident Management Team confirmed that the fire has grown to 5,632 acres and is still sitting at 5% containment.

September 6th

Loss Prevention Group Advises Jo Co Commission

Officials with Local Government Liability Pool (LGLP) took a tour of the arena at the Johnson County Fairgrounds to inspect and give an opinion on the new railing system and also gave their opinion on how the county should proceed with their proposed fuel depot.

Buffalo Water Line Break Prompts Grant App For Replacement

The city water line break that resulted in ther closure of Buffalo High School earlier this week has moved City Works Director Les Hook to request permission from the city council to prepare a grant application to the Wyoming Water Development Commission for funding to replace the inferior line from

Artist Receptions in Triplet

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If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then there was plenty to behold Thursday night as three artist receptions were held throughout the community.

Not in My Backyard

Not in my backyard was an expression that was used frequently during Thursday night's Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.