Archive - May 9, 2013 - News

Sheridan Gun Club Withdraws Proposal for New Rifle Range

Sheridan Gun Club Withdraws Proposal for New Rifle Range (Photo courtesy of Flickr user Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources)

There were was an interesting turn of events at Thursday's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

'Picture This' Grand Finale Benefits Sheridan Senior Center

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'Picture This' Grand Finale Benefits Sheridan Senior Center (Photos by Chris Foy)

The “Picture This” Photo Contest, sponsored by Kennon Sign Shop, held its grand finale Thursday night at the the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

SAWS Board Moves Forward with Twin Lakes Wetlands Project

SAWS Board Moves Forward with Twin Lakes Wetlands Project (Photo by Ron Richter)

At their monthly meeting Wednesday, the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board unanimously agreed to move forward with the Twin Lakes Wetlands Mitigation Project and authorized sending a letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Making Sure Sheridan is Shovel Ready

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The term shovel ready goes hand in hand with economic development, as it applies to the readiness of a community to bring in outside businesses. Not all municipalities that claim to be “shovel ready” are, which is something the City of Sheridan is taking steps to try and avoid.

Capital Improvement Projects Highlighted at Budget Work Session

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

Thursday's Sheridan City Council budget work session centered around the City's Fleet Replacement Plan and Capital Improvement Plan. The Capital Improvement Plan is used to budget, plan and construct the City's projects.

Rural Station Accident Causes Potential Gas Shortage

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If you're driving to the small town of Chugwater, better fill up first.

UW Study Finds Landowners Wary About Easements

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A new study released by the University of Wyoming indicates Wyoming landowners are more reluctant to accept conservation easements than landowners elsewhere.

Unity in the Community Day is Friday in Kendrick Park

Three local organizations who serve developmentally disabled adults will get together Friday in Kendrick Park in Sheridan for the first Unity in the Community event. Easter Seals, Eagle Ridge and RENEW have teamed up under the name Unity, to help bring unity among their clients and the community.

Leather Workshops Preview Trade Show

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Next weekend, Sheridan will play host to the third biggest convention in Wyoming, and warm-ups start Monday.

Monday Starts Bike to Work Week

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(photo by Tracee Davis)

The Downtown Sheridan Association, in partnership with the Wellness Council of Sheridan County, is encouraging everyone to forgo the convenience of vehicles to get to and from work next week.