Archive - 2014 - News

December 29th

Foundation Director Details Hospital History, Projects

Local business leaders received a brief review on the history of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital during a recent public meeting, presented by Ada Kirven, the executive director of the hospital foundation.

New Year Brings New Fishing Regulations

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Several new fishing regulations will go into effect in Wyoming with the start of the New Year. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Governor Mead Pleased With Special Master's Ruling

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The Special Master appointed to hear the state of Montana's allegations that Wyoming violated the Yellowstone River Compact released his recommendations to the U.S Supreme Court Monday. Special Master Barton Thompson Jr.

Another Successful Frackelton's “Dining for a Cause”

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UPDATE: Monday's "Dining for a Cause" raised $13,310.25 for the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter.

Semi Rear-ends Car Near Sheridan

A collision between a semi-truck and a car closed one lane of traffic and sent two people to the hospital Monday morning.

Sculpture Damaged in Crash

An on-loan sculpture in Sheridan's public arts program was damaged when a driver lost control of an SUV on Sunday night.

Name Released From Weekend Fire Fatality

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder has officially released the name of the victim in the fatal house fire that occurred in Buffalo over the weekend.

Killed in the fire was John L. Knebel, 46, of Buffalo.

Enzi, Mead and UW Looking Ahead to Great Year in 2015

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For a while it was all around me and then poof, it was gone. I am referring to the year 2014.  How could a year go by that quickly?

Alas, this means it is time to offer up my 2015 predictions of what is going to happen. 

2014 Sheridan County Year in Review: 2nd Quarter

Today we continue our 2014 Year in Review for Sheridan County with a look back at some of the top stories covered during the second quarter.

Gillette-to-Denver Jet Flights Begin

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Jet flights between Gillette and Denver are scheduled to begin in February.