Archive - News

June 19th, 2014

AP News Update

Posted in

Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment
OBIT-SCHIFFER

State Sen. John Schiffer dies

(Information in the following story is from: KROE-AM, http://www.sheridanmedia.com/)

A Look Back in Time: June 20, 1914

The government has let the star route contract from Sheridan to Buffalo to Bert Woodside.

Trucking Operations Begin Next Week on Red Grade

Posted in

Sheridan County officials have announced that as part of the Stumpy Ridge Fuel Mitigation Project, trucks will begin hauling logs off of County Road 26, better known as Red Grade Road, next Wednesday, June25. Sheridan County Project Manager Mike Mackey.

Continuance Granted at Preliminary Hearing

A preliminary hearing was scheduled Thursday in Sheridan County Circuit Court for a Sheridan woman charged with six counts of Felony Forgery. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Buffalo Girl Named Teen Miss Wyoming

Fourteen year-old Mariah Robinson of Buffalo was crowned Teen Miss Wyoming in a pageant in Douglas June 14th.

The State-wide competition is part of the Little Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant that crowns champions in the Tiny Miss, Tot Miss, Petite Miss, Little Miss, Preteen Miss, and Teen Miss Wyoming categories.

EPA Action A Priority For Recent WAM Meetings

The Wyoming Association of Municipalities had their summer meetings last week in Casper, and Environmental Protection Agency (or EPA) actions that could hurt Wyoming's mineral industry were one of the main topics for discussion during the four-day conference.

Big & Rich Plan to Rock the Crowd

John Rich of the Big & Rich country music group is performing tonight at the Big Horn Country USA musical festival in Sheridan.

Senator Schiffer Dies of Brief Illness

UPDATE: As reported earlier, longtime state Republican Sen. John Schiffer, of Kaycee, has died. He died Thursday morning at his home following a brief illness. He was 68 years old.

Local College Students Head to Nationals

Three of the four students from Sheridan College who will be competing in a national leadership conference in Kansas City this month are from the local area.

Inspection Demands New Airport Fuel Liner

An unexpected expense has come up this month for the Sheridan County Commission.