Archive - 2012 - News

April 19th

Trip of a Lifetime

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Tongue River High School Senior Katie Reed recently achieved 2nd Degree Black Belt status in Taekwondo and will be taking a trip to South Korea.

A trip of a lifetime is what you could dub an upcoming experience for one Sheridan County high school senior. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

SAWS Board Receives Quarterly OM Report

City of Sheridan Utilities Maintenance Superintendent Ken Hirschman

City of Sheridan Utilities Maintenance Superintendent Ken Hirschman provided the third quarter operations and maintenance report for the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board Wednesday.

WTBC Hosts Speaker for Entrepreneurs

The Wyoming Technology Business Center is hosting a guest speaker at the Black Tooth Brewery today at 5:30 to 7 PM with aims of inspiring local entrepreneurs.

First National Bank To Become First Northern Bank

First National Bank of Buffalo, Sheridan and Gillette will soon change its name to First Northern Bank, with branches in each community.
The change is scheduled to happen July 1 of this year.

Buffalo To Lose Police Officer, Will Purchase New Vehicle

Buffalo Police Sergeant Garth Nicholas gave the report to the city council Tuesday, standing in for Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County, LDCC Discuss G&F Lease At Lake DeSmet

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commission hosted a discussion with Luke Todd and Dr. Tracy Rhoads, who sit on the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition, on the proposed lease with Wyoming Game and Fish for water at Lake DeSmet.

Sheridan County to Hold Open House on Riparian Management

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Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid

Sheridan County will be hosting an open house early next week to identify the preferred method for riparian management in the county. This is the last of three public events regarding riparian management. Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid.

April 18th

Colorado Man Found in the Big Horns Died of Exposure

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The Sheridan County Coroner's Office has confirmed that an autopsy performed on 33-year-old Felipe De Jesus Aragon shows that he died of hypothermia that was brought on by exposure to the elements.

Strongman Competition Coming To Wyoming

Benth pulls a 16,600 lb Bud Light delivery truck Friday outside PURENERGY Fitness in Sheridan. Benth pulled the truck about 65 feet. (photo: Brad Estes)
Benth stands in front of the 16,600 lb truck before attempting to pull it for a second time. (photo: Brad Estes)

Crossfit, P90X, Mixed Martial arts; the new, innovative workouts are all the rage these days, and this July there will be another way to grunt, flex and lift things in Wyoming.

EPA Wants Full Review Of Ore. Coal-Export Project

Seattle (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency wants the Army Corps of Engineers to do a thorough review of the impacts of exporting U.S. coal through Northwest ports.