Archive - Aug 8, 2017

All in a Day’s Work

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This week, we continue to focus on our area residents and the work they do. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott met with Antonia Armenta Miller and brings us the story.

Stopka: July 'Poor Month' for Enplanements

July was a very poor month for enplanements, according to Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka.

Lodge Grass Murder Scene Destroyed By Fire

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The home in Lodge Grass, Montana where the triple homicide that occurred last week took place has been destroyed by a fire. According to FBI Supervisory Senior Resident Agent Travis Burrows said the house was burned "to the ground" early Tuesday morning.

Round Robin, Fitting Contest Winners Named

Winners in the last two shows at this year's Sheridan County Fair, the round robin and beef fitting contest, have been announced.

Sheridan County Fair: Sheep Show Results Released

Betty Jerney was named champion FFA sheep showman and Kayce Pearce reserve champion FFA showman at this year's Sheridan County Fair.

Sheridan County Fair: Rabbit Show Results Announced

Emma Baltstad showed the overall champion market rabbit and overall reserve champion fur rabbit and was named champion senior showman in this past weekend's rabbit show at the Sheridan County Fair.

Sheriff Thompson Encourages Community Assistance

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is charged with protecting all 2,527 square miles of Sheridan County. Sheriff Allen Thompson explains that this would not be possible without community assistance.

Mobile Vending Standards Public Open House

The City of Sheridan is hosting a series of public open houses to gather input about mobile vending standards in the city.

Chamber Lunch Features Resources for Your Business

We are already over a week into the month of August and that means the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their monthly Luncheon on Wednesday.

ENDOW Council to Meet in Sheridan

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In November of last year, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming initiative, known as ENDOW. The Legislature endorsed the initiative and appropriated $2.5 million to advance and promote economic diversification. The council will meet later this week in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.