Archive - Aug 22, 2017 - News

Winners Drawn in Raffle to Benefit Cardiac Care

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustee Ron Mischke won the custom fly and rod and two-person float trip in the Rex Martin Memorial Raffle held earlier this month to benefit the hospital's cardiac care programs.

'Eclipse Baby' Born at Memorial Hospital

Monday's solar eclipse will be especially remembered by one Dayton family.

Eclipse Was Unique Experience; Unforgettable for Cowboy State

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Some 580,000 Wyomingites and what seemed like a million guests became “Umbraphiles” Monday morning because of the wondrous solar eclipse they witnessed.

Sheriff Thompson on Start of School Year

Two of the three Sheridan County School Districts have started classes and the final district will start on Tuesday.

Chamber Marketing and Communications Director Takes New Position

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Director of Marketing and Communications Ryan Koltiska has announced that he will be stepping down from his position to become the new Executive Director of Sheridan’s Kidslife.

Sheridan City Finance And Administrative Services Director Retires

Sheridan’s City Finance and Administrative Services Director Jim Harmon retired from his position on Friday after serving with the City for 19 months. Harmon came down to Sheridan after working in Cascade County, Montana. He has 40 years of government accounting and budget experience.

Bar and Grill License Fee Schedule Approved

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The Sheridan City Council considered an ordinance at their meeting Monday night that is intended to set a fee structure for the two additional bar and grill licenses the City has received. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Councilman Rios Resigns

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After a little over four years on the Sheridan City Council, Council President Jesus Rios announced that Monday night’s meeting would be his last, as he made the decision to resign from the position.

Wyoming News Update

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The heavy post-eclipse traffic in Wyoming is causing slow travel along Interstate 25 and U.S. 85 in the eastern part of the state as well as in the far western part of the state.

District 2 Dual Enrollment Pilot Starts This Week

A pilot program that will see about 20 Sheridan High School students taking classes at Sheridan College will start this week with orientation at the college Thursday and Friday.