Archive - 2014 - News

Senior Center Rings in the New Year Early

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The Senior Center in Sheridan hosted its traditional “New Year's Eve at Noon” celebration on Wednesday and it was a party and a half. Party hats and noisemakers, live music, dancing, food, fun, and fellowship, the dining room was packed with merrymakers.

Three Officers Promoted at City Hall

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From left to right: Sergeant Jerry Rasmussen; Lietenants Tom Ringley, Travis Koltiska and Police Chief Richard Adriaens. (Photo by Ron Richter)

A ceremony was held Wednesday at Sheridan City Hall to promote three Sheridan Police Officers. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Highway Patrol Lieutenant Retires

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(Photo courtesy of the Wyoming Highway Patrol)

The last day of 2014 marked the last day for Wyoming Highway Patrol Lieutenant Nate Hughes, as the lieutenant officially retired from the patrol Wednesday. A news release from the Highway Patrol states that Hughes joined the Patrol in 1990 and was initially stationed in Wamsutter as a patrolman.

Fire Destroys Four Buildings in Downtown Dubois

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DUBOIS, Wyo. (AP) - A fire has destroyed four historic buildings containing over a dozen businesses in downtown Dubois. No injuries are reported and Dubois Mayor Twila Blakeman says the damage still is being assessed.

2014 a Hard Year on Public Arts

This past year hasn't gone well for Sheridan's public arts program.

Local Florist Decorates Floats for Rose Parade

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Sheridan resident Linda Robbins, who owns Annie Greenthumb's Flowers and Gifts in Sheridan, has spent the past week in California helping decorate several floats for Thursday's Rose Parade in Pasadena.

Chief Picks Koltiska, Ringley to Help Lead Police Department

Two of the Sheridan Police Department's long-time officers are being promoted to help lead the department.

December 31st

Wyoming News

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A Look Back in Time: Dec. 31, 1914

Initial steps were taken this past year by which government land in Sheridan County will pass into private ownership through homestead filings.

City To Follow Report On Street Light Outages

Buffalo City Council

At their last meeting Buffalo’s City Council heard from City Works Director Les Hook that he had submitted a report by two separate means to Rocky Mountain Power informing them of and asking for them to repair street lights in Buffalo that have not been working for quite some time.