Archive - Feb 2011 - News

February 3rd

Pedestrian Killed in Hit & Run

A tragic incident occurred just south of Cheyenne January 25th on US Highway 85. Sgt. Stephen Townsend with the Wyoming Highway Patrol issued a report Thursday indicating that a pedestrian who was walking on the highway had been struck by a vehicle. Sgt.

February 2nd

Black Tie Bingo Tix Available

Tickets are still available for the 6th Annual Rotary Black Tie Bingo event, to be held Saturday, February 5th at the Kalif Shrine Center on Loucks Street in Sheridan. Sheridan Media is co-sponsoring the festivities, which are held each year as a benefit to a local non-profit.

Children's Dental Health Month

You'll be hearing rotating Public Service Announcements on our Sheridan Media radio stations for the month of February, alerting the community of Children's Dental Health Month and the services the students can provide at the Sheridan College Dental Hygiene program.

State of Johnson County? Good Overall

The Johnson County Commissioners gave the State of the County Address on Wednesday at a luncheon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse in Buffalo.

City Council Sets One-Percent Goal

In addition to the wastewater treatment plant discussion, the Buffalo City Council had a full agenda to work through.

Representative Berger: State Finances in Good Shape

Earlier this week Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger was a guest on News Talk 930 KROE'S Public Pulse program. When asked by host Kim Love about the State's financial picture, Berger responded by saying that things are actually looking pretty good.

Local Club Offers a Chance to Learn a Unique Sport

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Friday Night Fights began in Sheridan some seven years ago, and along with it came the Harbour Combat Club. Sheridan resident David Harbour organizes the fights and is also the owner of the Combat Club.

Winter Has Been Tough On Big Game in Northeast Wyoming

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The winter we've been experiencing in northeast Wyoming has made it extremely difficult for big game animals to find food on winter ranges. The north Gillette and Moorcroft areas have been hit the hardest with bitterly cold temperatures and wind chills over the past week.

1st Snowpack Report Looks Promising

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The first regular snowpack summary of the water year was released Tuesday, and things are looking good for the Tongue and Clear Creek drainages. Natural Resources Conservation Service District Conservationist Brad Holliday.

DCI Makes Drug Arrest

Special Agent Louie Williams, team leader with the Northeast Enforcement Team of the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, issued a media release indicating that Tuesday, February 1st, members of his team arrested 43-year-old Tina Lynn Smith on a warrant issued out of Sheridan Circuit Court.