Archive - May 2017

Hospital Trustees Meet New Personnel

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees were introduced to the new director of finance and supply chain at their meeting Wednesday night.

Coal lawyers try to stifle citizens’ comments against mine

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WyoFile.com- Dr. David Bagley, the chairman of the Environmental Quality Council, overruled Ramaco lawyers’ objections and said the four area residents would be allowed to testify in the proceedings on the mine permit.

Women Homesteaders Focus of Author's Talk

In six Wyoming counties, 12 percent of the homesteaders were women.

Petition Filed for Access to Records Regarding Disappearance of Casper Resident

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Lovcom, Inc., doing business as Sheridan Media has filed a petition to the 7th Judicial District Court in Natrona County, regarding access to records about the disappearance of Kristi Richardson and the death of Mick McMurry, both Casper residents.

Whitney Center Gallery Presents David Klaren: At Rest

The next exhibit that will be featured in the Whitney Center for the Art’s Gallery will open on Saturday. Dr. Erin Hanke, the Center’s Director, said the show is titled David Klaren: At Rest and the artist has Wyoming roots.

Yellowstone Expecting A Busy Summer

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Yellowstone National Park is a popular summer attraction for all types of people around the nation and the world. For many locals, Yellowstone is a place they visit often as it is so close to our area.

Three Individuals Sentenced for Sheridan Meth Ring

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Three people involved in a methamphetamine distribution ring in Sheridan were recently sentenced in federal court. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Land Trust Director Talks Past, Future Projects

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For the past 8 years, Colin Betzler has been the Executive Director of the Sheridan Community Land Trust.

Black Bear Hunt Areas 1-2 Closed

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Regional Office has announced that Black Bear Hunt Areas 1 and 2 in the northern Bighorn Mountains closed at 11 am Tuesday, as the female bear mortality limit for each area was reached.