Archive - 2017 - News

December 13th

UW Discovery Could Keep Insect Off Endangered List

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Researchers with the University of Wyoming have made a recent discovery of a rare aquatic insect in Grand Teton National Park, that may keep it off the endangered species list.

Coffee Tasting Program at Fulmer on Saturday

If you are a fan of coffee, you won’t want to miss out on the Sheridan Fulmer Library’s upcoming program on Coffee Tasting.

YMCA Offering Holiday Punch Passes

If you are looking for a good stocking stuffer, the Sheridan County YMCA might have just the thing.

December 12th

Water and Sewer Rate Study

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The Sheridan City Council at a work session Monday, were updated on the status of an ongoing water and sewer rate study that is currently being conducted. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City to Apply for Grant for Doubleday Complex Improvements

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The City of Sheridan will soon be applying for a Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant through the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources. The $350,000 grant, if approved, will be used for the initial grading and irrigation network of Phase I of the Doubleday Complex in north Sheridan.

First Lady Mead Partners With Cloud Peak Energy

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First Lady Carol Mead has partnered with Cloud Peak Energy to provide every first grader in Campbell County with a copy of her children’s book, “Wyoming Firsts.”

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

NATIONAL PARKS-FEES

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — National parks in the U.S. will sharply drop the number of days they allow visitors to get in for free.

Commissioners Get Report From Lake DeSmet Operations

Cheryl Benner, Manager for the Lake DeSmet Operations Department, gave the county commissioners her year-end report for the lake and the department.

JCHC Caring for Vets Home Residents

The clinic at the Johnson County Healthcare Center has been asked by the Veterans Home of Wyoming to care for their residents until other arrangements can be made for their healthcare needs.

BHNF Taking Public Comment On Special Use Permits

The Bighorn National Forest is taking public comment on two special-use permits that are set to expire and have been requested for reissue.