Archive - Oct 1, 2013

Officials Discuss Flood Insurance Rate Maps

Representatives with Sheridan County, the City of Sheridan and FEMA were on hand for a public meeting Tuesday to discuss the soon to be adopted flood insurance rate maps. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter as there and has the story.

Winter Weather is Headed Our Way

Much of northeast Wyoming could get socked with a blast of winter this week as the National Weather Service in Billings expects a fall storm to move into the area either late Wednesday evening or early Thursday.

Shelter Raises Dog Adoption Fees

During her monthly visit on KROE'S Public Pulse program, Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter Executive Director Cel (SEAL) Hope announced that as of Tuesday, (Oct. 1) they've raised the adoption fees for dogs.

Bargains Benefit Victims of Violent Crimes

Very few people could imagine a work day of helping those who are physically or mentally abused, let alone call the job rewarding.

Dayton, Gillette Companies Win County Stream-bank Bids

CDS Excavation of Dayton and DRM, Inc. of Gillette will be doing the stream-bank stabilization work on county roads 92 and 93, or Tongue River and Kooi.

Monday 09-30-13

Sheridan community land trust / Advocacy center

Tuesday 10-01-13

Animal Shelter / Story Turkey Dinner Patty Gingles


Message from WHSAA Commissioner Ron Laird

With the forecast for this Thursday and Friday still looking ominous, we are rescheduling the State Tennis Tournament for next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Please realize this is not what we enjoy doing, however, with the fact we are using 19 outdoor courts on Thursday and Friday, there is no way we can move all of those matches into the five indoor courts and have a quality State Tournament.

I know this is a hassle whenever a schedule is changed. We only do this as a last resort.


The Red Grade Grind to be held on October 5th. This will be the 36th running of the event.It starts at 9:00 a.m. at the last parking lot at the end of the pavement as you head up the Grade.

Rain or Shine. No entry fee. 2000’ elevation gain in 3 miles. Runners and bicycles welcome.

Any questions, can contact Curt Schwamb 307-672-5416

Bikers, Walkers Raise Money For Sheridan Community Land Trust

Biking or running along the Soldier Ridge Trail at the foot of the Bighorns in Sheridan seemed the perfect fundraiser for the Sheridan Community Land Trust organization, three years ago.