Archive - Aug 14, 2017

Teachers to Receive Training in Protection

Teachers and other staff in Sheridan schools will receive special training next week in what to do if a shooter invades the school premises.

Chasing the 2017 Eclipse Across 98,000 Square Miles

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This “Great Eclipse of 2017” business has had me traveling Wyoming from one end of the state to the other.

In recent weeks, we have been in Wilson (west of Jackson) to the Terry Bison Ranch (south of Cheyenne). And everywhere in-between.

Monday 08-14-17

Downtown Sheridan Association with Third Thursday / Erin Nitschke Certified Personal Trainer

Bighorn Mountains See Increase in ATV Traffic

This summer there has been a large increase in ATV, Side by Side, and other motorized recreation in the Bighorn Mountains. Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Game Warden Bruce Scigliano explained that there are many areas in the Bighorns that are off limits to motorized travel.

SCSD3 Athletics Staff Wear Many Hats to Compensate for Budget Struggles

Economic struggles have affected every school district in the state and smaller districts like Sheridan County School District #3 have been forced to be very creative when dealing with the budget.

Mayor Miller and Lt. Koltiska Talk Back to School Prep

For Sheridan County School District #2, classes will be back in session in about two weeks. This means that drivers in the community must shift their mentality back to slowing down in school zones, something that Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

WYOMING-URANIUM

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Representatives of the U.S. uranium industry will meet in Casper this month for a symposium amid a downturn caused by low prices.

Bronc Golfer Kirkham Wins Opening Tournament / Preseason Practice Begins for Swimming, Cross Country and Volleyball / Rockies Swept in Miami

GOLF / TENNIS - The high school golf and tennis season got underway last week the Bronc and Lady Bronc golfers played in Powell.

The Broncs finished 2nd behind Casper Kelly Walsh in the individual standings the Broncs Kirby Coe-Kirkahm was the medalist with a 135 total winning by a whopping 14 shots. Kirkham was the only Bronc or Lady Bronc player to finish in the top ten. This week they play Thursday and Friday in Riverton.

The Bronc and Lady Broncs tennis teams opened their season getting a good tune up for the regular season at a jamboree in Casper.

Buffalo City Clerk Recognized For Accomplishment

Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel was recently recognized by her peers for her hard work and commitment to her position during a national gathering she attended.

Commissioners Make Appointment On HJP Board

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed a vacancy on the Harold Jarrard Park Board, then made an appointment during their last regular meeting.