Archive - Mar 2018 - News

March 28th

Meet Brian Craig

The City of Sheridan recently welcomed a new addition to the team. While he was a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Community Development Director Brian Craig shared a little bit about himself.

SCSD2 Kindergarten Screening

Youngsters that are gearing up to be Sheridan County School District #2 kindergarteners in the fall go through a screening process in the spring. SCSD2 Assistant Superintendent Scott Stults explains.

March 27th

Addressing DUI Recidivism

State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan recently received a Saving Lives Leadership Award from the Wyoming Governor’s Council on Impaired Driving in a ceremony in Cheyenne.

Enzi Speaks on CPP

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Yesterday, Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi joined the citizens in Gillette to support the repeal of the Clean Power Plan. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) supports the repeal of this plan due to the negative effects they believe that would occur.

Sheridan Woman Changes Plea on Delivery Charge

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A Change of Plea Hearing was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 23-year-old Krystal Rushin of Sheridan.

Boot camp suggested for more Wyoming women following lawsuit

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A female Wyoming prisoner sued the state last year for gender discrimination after she was sent to prison despite a judge's recommendation that she go to a boot camp.

Skier rescued in Wyoming after falling 1,000 feet

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A 30-year-old skier has been injured after falling over 1,000 feet (305 meters) when a snow ledge he was standing on gave way in northwest Wyoming.

Wyoming News Update

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Sheridan Mayors Focus of New Book

Sheridan mayors, from John Loucks to Roger Miller, are the focus of a book recently released by Sheridan resident Michael Dykhorst.

Buffalo To Hold Workshop On Nuisance Ordinance Revisions

The City of Buffalo is currently looking at revisions to their nuisance ordinances and will be finalizing them in the coming months.
There will be a public workshop on the revisions next Tuesday, April 3rd at City Hall.