Archive - Aug 2017 - News

The Best Weekend Ever

On Thursday, 22 Wounded Warriors arrived at the Sheridan County Airport to see a group of supporters welcoming them to the area.

UW Trustees Approve 5 Year Plan

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted unanimously in favor of “Breaking Through 2017-2022: A Strategic Plan for the University of Wyoming” during their July meeting.

Sheridan County Museum Fall Hours Start Tuesday

The Sheridan County Museum will be celebrating the Labor Day holiday weekend with open houses on Saturday and Sunday as they traditionally have in years past.

Six Involved in Sheridan Meth Ring Plead Guilty

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Six individuals involved in a methamphetamine distribution ring recently pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court of Wyoming.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue to Host 9/11 Remembrance Service

A 9/11 remembrance service will once again take place this year at the fire department in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Resident Voices Opinion on Bar and Grill License Fee Schedule

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At their August 21 meeting, the Sheridan City Council passed an ordinance on first reading that sets a one-time fee of $10,500 for one of the new bar and grill licenses that the City received earlier this year.

Active Shooter Training

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Every year, typically prior to the start of the new school year, officers with the Sheridan Police Department engage in active shooter training.

County Announces Temporary Closure on Dana Avenue

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The Sheridan County Public Works Department announced Wednesday that County Road #80, also known as Dana Avenue, would be closed at the Soldier Creek Bridge just south of West 17th Street for bridger repair work.

August 30th

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

TROOPER CHARGED-APPEAL

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A former Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper has appealed the 15-year prison sentence he received in 2009.

County Permit Numbers Best Since 2007

Permits processed by Sheridan County for the first 25 days of August are the best they've been for a decade.