Archive - Mar 16, 2018 - News

Doubleday to be Place for All

The Doubleday Sports Complex will be a place for all of us.

Schock to Run for County Commission

Chris Schock, who's currently mayor of Clearmont, has announced he'll run for county commissioner this year.

After K-12, Construction Deals, Wyoming Lawmakers Adjourn

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers agreed to more than $20 million cuts to public education but went ahead with spending on new construction projects before finally adjourning for the year.

Snowmobiling in Bighorn National Forest

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The Bighorn National Forest would like to remind all visitors to obey posted signs and warning for the safety of everyone. There are a multitude of designated areas for non-motorized as well as motorized usage.

“They Didn’t Know”

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A new educational campaign aimed towards Wyoming youth is striving to prevent prescription drug abuse across the state. The campaign is presented by the Wyoming Rx Abuse Stakeholders (RAS) and their attention is being brought towards youth from the ages of 12-25.

Commissioner Bob Rolston Will Not Run For Another Term

During the Sheridan County portion of the 2018 election cycle, the current Commission seats held by Bob Rolston, Terry Cram, and Steve Maier will be up for election.

Sheridan Police Chief: Make A Plan Before You Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day

With the St. Patrick’s Day Holiday falling on a Saturday, the Sheridan Police Department expects there to be a slew of community members celebrating with adult beverages.

Rec District, Joey’s Foundation Offer Fly Fishing Classes

The Sheridan Recreation District and Joey’s Foundation have partnered to offer 3 new classes to Sheridan County.

Legislature Funds ENDOW

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The Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Council, better known by the acronym ENDOW, was recently fully funded by the Wyoming Legislature as part of the 2018 Budget Session.

Contract Negotiations on Hold

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Contract negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276 have been put on hold for the time being. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter
has the details.