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September 8th, 2010

5th Annual Harvest Celebration is This Saturday

A scene from last year's Harvest Celebration. (Courtesy Photo)
A scene from last year's Harvest Celebration. (Courtesy Photo)

The Powder River Basin Resource Council will host the 5th annual Harvest Celebration this Saturday in Sheridan. There will be a farmers market at 4 pm followed by home grown music at 5 and dinner at 6 o'clock. Edith Heyward with the Resource Council says that dinner will be a little bit different this year.

County Attorney: Kane Not Responsible for Suicide Reporting

Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle

In a memo issued late Tuesday from Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle's office, Redle officially made a Declination of Charges in the complaint by Sheridan County Coroner Mark Ferries against Kane Funeral Home.

Potato Chips—A Vital Training Tool For Wolf Creek Wrangle?

Annual Wolf Creek Wrangle to benefit Habitat for Humanity September 25th

If you haven't started training for the Habitat for Humanity/Wolf Creek Wrangle Run coming up on September 25th at Eaton's Ranch, it isn't too late. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love spoke with an experienced runner to hear about a “fast track” training program and brings us this report.

Bear Cloud Changes Plea

Wyatt Bear Cloud being escorted into the courthouse after his arrest in August 2009. He changed his plea to "Guilty" on all three counts for which he'd been charged in the shooting death of Robert Ernst.

Wednesday morning in 4th Judicial District Court, in what was to be a status hearing for Wyatt Bear Cloud, turned into a Plea Change.

Dayton Council Amends Fire District Agreement

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood

The Dayton Town Council clicked through their agenda in short order last night. The biggest item on the agenda, Mayor Bob Wood tells us, was reviewing and approving updates to the Dayton Fire District Agreement.

County Rec. Board to Manage Kleenburn; 3-Poles

County Business Manager Renee Obermueller

At the Sheridan County Commission meeting Tuesday morning, Commissioners officially approved handing the management of the Kleenburn Recreation Area and the 3-Poles Recreation Area over to the Sheridan County Park and Recreation Board.

The former is effective retroactive to November 17, 2009 and the latter is effective retroactive to May 5, 2009.

State Auditor on Data Center Issue

The State Auditor's Office is in charge of contracting for data back-up.

The state of Wyoming currently contracts with out-of-state firms for data storage, with the most significant data storage requirements coming from the state Auditor's office. Vicci Colgan Deputy State Auditor, says they were required to give an “intent to renew” notice to the firm by September 30th. And although they have given notice, she says.

City To Examine Violations in Sheridan's Flood Plain

City of Sheridan and Army Corps of Engineers working to improve floodplain issues.

Discussion over the Dow pathway in Sheridan highlighted some other problems with the areas surrounding Sheridan's levy system. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says the Army Corps of Engineers built a flood control project a half a century ago.

St. Peter's to Host Music Series

Pianist Josh Wright will perform with special guest Dan Burgess the evening of September 11 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church.

St. Peter's Episcopal Church is implementing a new music series, beginning with a concert at the church this Saturday, September 11th. A favorite of Sheridan audiences, pianist Joshua Wright will be here to play a program called “Amazing Grace – Sacred Hymns with Classical Themes.”

September 7th

Council Votes To Continue Pathways

Sheridan City Council voted 5-2 on a resolution awarding a construction bid for the Dow St. pathway at their regular bi-monthly council meeting Monday night. The proposal was tabled several weeks ago, after objections to the proposed pathway as outlined were brought forth by adjacent property owner Dr. Bateman.