Archive - Dec 21, 2017 - News

Hospital Foundation Hosts Breakfast for Partners

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation hosted breakfast for more than 400 hospital employees in the hospital cafeteria Thursday.

Record Breaking Amount for Chamber Bucks

Every year, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce issues Chamber Bucks to citizens who are interested in purchasing them.

Sheridan PD’s Drug Recognition Experts

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The Sheridan Police Department has officers that are all trained up to the standard that the academy has set but after that point, many officers choose to complete more advanced training on a specialized topic. Sgt.

WYO Closes To Install New Staircase

Sheridan’s WYO Theater will be closed starting Saturday. Executive Director Erin Butler said that the closure will allow them to bring in a new addition to the WYO lobby.

Game and Fish Commission Recognize Sheridan County Landowners

Sheridan County landowners John and Vanessa Boyok are the 2017 Northeast Wyoming Access Recognition Program award recipients.

Council Approves Sign Waiver Request

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The Farmer’s Co-Op sign that was at their former location on the corner of Scott and Brundage Streets in Sheridan, will soon be moved to a new, permanent location. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Commission Approves CMAQ Agreement With WYDOT

The Sheridan County Commissioners approved the 2018 fiscal year Congestion Mitigation Air Quality program sub-recipient agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday.

Annual Story-Big Horn Christmas Bird Count is Approaching

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The Story-Big Horn Christmas Bird Count will be on Saturday, December 30. This winter bird survey is part of the National Audubon Society 118th annual Christmas Bird Count. Ariel Downing is the count coordinator and compiler.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

WYOMING POPULATION DECLINE

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming's population has dropped for the second year in a row.

District 1 to Launch Virtual School Next Year

Sheridan County School District 1 will implement plans for a virtual school when students return from Christmas break next month.