Ron Richter

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City Proposes Two Year Contract to Firefighters

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The negotiations continue for a contract between the City of Sheridan and the The International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276.

Giving Sheridan Teens an Artistic Outlet

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Sheridan resident Chase McFadden is in the process of launching “The Batch”, a biannual literary/arts magazine that will highlight the work of teenage writers and artists in Sheridan County.

Community Partnerships Benefit Local Nonprofits

Twelve nonprofit organizations in Sheridan and Johnson Counties recently benefited from a collaboration between the Sheridan/Johnson County Board of the Wyoming Community Foundation and the B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation.

‘Curious George’ to Make a Stop in Sheridan

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The annual Wyoming PBS Literacy Tour will be making a stop at the Sheridan Fulmer Library Wednesday, April 19.

Scholarships for Women’s Antelope Hunt Now Available

Applications for scholarships for this year’s Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt are now being accepted.

Land Trust Completes Outdoor Education Center Feasibility Study

The Sheridan Community Land Trust has completed a study into the feasibility of creating an Outdoor Education Center in the Sheridan area.

Former WYSTAR Director Charged With 25 Felonies

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A former Sheridan resident who used to be the director of WYSTAR in Sheridan, has pleaded “not guilty” to 25 felony charges in District Court in Laramie.

Unequal Pay Day Bake Sale

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The American Association of University Women have designated Tuesday, April 4, as UnEqual Pay Day, which symbolizes the day when women’s pay “catches up” to men’s pay from the previous year.

The Trouble With Rain

We conclude our series today about springtime flooding. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Trail End Opens Saturday

The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan will open for its 35th season Saturday at 1 pm.

Monitoring Flood Potential

Springtime flooding in Sheridan County is something that County officials prepare for every year. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

North Main Interchange Open House

The Wyoming Department of Transportation invites the public to an open house next week to learn about this year’s phase improvements of the North Sheridan Interchange Project.

‘Snapshots of Sheridan County’

The new permanent exhibit for the upcoming season at the Sheridan County Museum is entitled “Snapshots of Sheridan County”.

Spring Flood Potential

The spring flood outlook for Sheridan County remains low to moderate, however, that can change considerably in the next month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Treasurer Gordon Discusses Investing State Funds

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Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon during a recent interview on our news talk show Public Pulse, said that he was pleased with legislators this past session for passing a bill pertaining to Constitutional Amendment “A”, that was approved at the polls last November.

Forest Officials Remind Snowmobilers to Be Aware of Regulations

Warmer daytime temperatures and occasional rainfall are accelerating snowmelt and causing very wet conditions on the Bighorn National Forest.

Senators Talk Mineral Industry

Lawmakers in Wyoming have had much less money to work with over the last several years due to a decline in revenue from the mineral extraction industry.

Wyoming Delegation Applauds Keystone XL Pipeline Permitting

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U.S. Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi of Wyoming each released statements Friday applauding the Trump administration’s approval of the permitting for the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Monthly Chamber Coffee Set for Wednesday

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The next “Chamber Coffee” will be held Wednesday at 8 am at the Lazy R Campground in Ranchester.

Senators Discuss Recent Legislative Session

The 63rd Wyoming Legislature came to a close earlier this month in Cheyenne. A recent Sheridan Media poll showed that 60 percent of respondents graded this year’s session as “poor”.