Archive - Apr 13, 2018 - News

WHP Seizes 100-Plus Pounds of Marijuana

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol seized about 123 pounds of marijuana, with an estimated street value of $307,000, following a traffic stop this week near Casper.

Crane Song at the Fulmer Library

On Thursday, the Sheridan County Library Systems and the Bighorn Audubon Society will present “Crane Song”, a one hour documentary of the Sandhill Crane’s migration.

Chamber’s Ignite Conference Registration Opens Monday

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has announced that their 4th Annual Ignite Your Business Conference is set for May 22 at Sheridan College.

WYDOT Reminder: Construction Season is Starting

Even though it hasn’t felt much like spring lately, construction season is underway around Wyoming.

LCCC’s Beau Clark Selected as UW Rodeo Coach

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Beau Clark, whose current Laramie County Community College (LCCC) men’s team is on the brink of winning the Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR), has been selected as the head rodeo coach at the University of Wyoming.

Citizens Group Looks to Save Alger Street Building

In March, the Sheridan County Commissioners authorized a proposal by the Sheridan County Library Foundation for demolition of the house and garage at 429 W. Alger Street.

Negotiations With Firefighters to Resume Next Week

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Contract negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276 will resume early next week. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Award Winning Author to Give Reading Sunday at Sheridan College

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The Ucross Foundation, Sheridan College, and the Student Veterans of America at Sheridan College will be co-hosting acclaimed writer Kevin Powers for a reading, discussion, and book signing of his novel, “The Yellow Birds.”

Faster, Better, Cheaper, and Smarter

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On April 9, Senator John Barrasso released his own opinion on the Trump administration formalizing the One Federal Decision Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).The memorandum establishes a coordinated and timely process for environmental reviews of major infrastructure projects.

Electrical problem investigated at Nebraska missile facility

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HARRISBURG, Neb. (AP) — The U.S. Air Force is investigating what caused an electrical problem at a western Nebraska missile alert facility that forced two officers to be treated for smoke inhalation.