Archive - Jun 2013 - News

June 24th

County Cleans Up McMeans Water Rights

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Sheridan's County Commissioners approved the detachment of water rights at the McMeans Conservation Subdivision to enable development.

Car Hits Moving Train

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A car ran into a moving train at about 6:30 this morning at the 5th Street railroad crossing. Sheridan Police Sergeant, Tom Ringley, provides details.

Landfill Costs Serve to Advocate Recycling

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The City of Sheridan is taking a serious look at ways to increase recycling among households in town.

Contractor Advice From the City

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One of the results from the rash of hailstorms we've received in Sheridan is the damage that has been done to homes and businesses, particularly in the north Sheridan area.

June 23rd

Poll Question of the Week

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Rumblings of impeachment for state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill are being discussed by state lawmakers after an investigation into Department of Education operations during her two-year administration of the department.

Sheridan College Tech Students Gear Up for National SkillsUSA Championship

Sheridan College Tech Students Gear Up for National SkillsUSA Championship

Four Sheridan College technical education students will soon be headed to a national competition in Missouri. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Miss Wyoming 2013 Crowned Saturday Night

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If three's a charm, then four must mean a winner. Rebecca Podio, Miss Weston County, was crowned Miss Wyoming 2013 during the Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant held Saturday night at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan. She believes this was her time.

Supermoon Comes Out Tonight

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"Supermoon" comparison photo courtesy of Wikipedia.

Stargazers will be treated to a rare astrological spectacle tonight as the “Super Moon” takes to the night skies.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

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Here's a look at the past week's top news stories from Sheridan Media News:

June 22nd

27th Annual VBS at the Y

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Pader J. Gibson with his horse named "Broom" entertains the kids at VBS.

This past week, anyone near our local YMCA couldn't help but hear hundreds of little people singing, playing, and laughing. It was the 27th annual Vacation Bible School at the Y.

Director David Kaufman tells us what the idea is behind VBS.