Archive - May 10, 2017

Robberies, Wrecks Part of Railroad History

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special event at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library Wednesday night. Here's her story.

Schilling Excited About Volunteer Program

Mary Schilling, who's a trustee for Sheridan County School District 1, shared information about a volunteer program in a school district in Wisconsin during a District 1 work session Tuesday.

Tongue Ranger District Plans Prescribed Burn in Schuler Park

Tongue Ranger District firefighters will conduct a prescribed burn project in the Schuler Park area Friday.

Snickers Cup Tournament Weekend

The 13th Annual Snickers Cup Soccer Tournament will be at the Big Horn Equestrian Center on Saturday and Sunday. According to event organizer Jimmy Legerski, the event will feature teams from several different states.

Oil Change On Wheels: They Come to You for a Change

Oil Change on Wheels is a new business in town that offers to come to you for a change. Owner Kevin Buchli says that he has over 28 years of experience under the hood including in the U.S. Military.

Wednesday 05-10-17

Wyoming game and fish / WYO Theater

WWA Hosts Summer Kick Off Camping Trip

The Wyoming Wilderness Association will host their annual kick off to summer camping trip this weekend.

‘Nuisance’ Flooding Occurring Throughout the County

Areas along Little Goose Creek and other waterways throughout Sheridan County continue to experience minor flooding due to the snow melt runoff from the Bighorn Mountains.

Electronic Sign Ordinance Moves Forward

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission has recommended the City Council consider and approve an ordinance that would amend the current sign regulations to allow for installation of electronic signage within the City. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Pint Night at Black Tooth Benefits Keystone Awards

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Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan holds community pint nights occasionally to benefit local nonprofit agencies by donating $1 for every pint they sell during the event.