Archive - Aug 30, 2017

All in a Day’s Work

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Sheridan Media is taking a look at the area residents and the work that they do in our feature “All in a Day’s Work.” Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott hit the dirt roads out to Saddlestring, Wyoming, where she found Eleanor Lee, head cabin cleaner at the HF Bar Ranch and brings us her story.

Board Meets New Doctors, Compliance Officer

Two new doctors and Sheridan Memorial Hospital's new compliance officer were introduced to the hospital board of trustees Wednesday.

Sheridan County Libraries Closed for Labor Day Weekend

The Sheridan County Library Systems will be closed on Saturday and Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Library Director Cameron Duff explains that the libraries are already closed on Sundays.

Don King Days

For 29 years, Labor Day weekend in Sheridan County has hosted the Don King Days events.

DSA Executive Director Steps Down

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The Downtown Sheridan Association has announced that their Executive Director Beth Holsinger is stepping down. DSA Board President Jenny Loomis tells us the reason for Holsinger’s resignation.

Wednesday 08-30-17

University of Wyoming / SCSD#3 Superintendent Charles Auzqui

Air Quality in Sheridan

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The air quality in and around the Sheridan area has degraded over the last few days from smoke from wildfires in western Montana. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Forest Officials Urge Fire Safety During Holiday Weekend

Officials with the Bighorn National Forest are prepared for a busy weekend, as the Labor Day weekend typically signifies the end of summer.

Yellowstone to Open Lottery for Snowmobile Access Program

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Beginning Friday, Yellowstone National Park will begin accepting applications for the winter season lottery for permits to snowmobile in the park without the presence of a commercial guide.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


MOOSE, Wyo. (AP) — National Park Service rangers have rescued two injured climbers in separate incidents in Grand Teton National Park in northwest Wyoming over a three-day period.