Archive - Apr 3, 2018 - News

Walker Fields Questions in Search for Superintendent

One of the questions posed to Jule Walker was about her leadership abilities.

Two Subdivisions Get Commissioners' OK

Two requests for subdivision of lots in the Powder Horn Ranch planned unit development were approved by Sheridan County commissioners Tuesday following brief public hearings during which no comments were received from the public.

Friday Declared Wear Blue Day

Prevent Child Abuse in Wyoming will join a nationwide observance of Wear Blue Day on Friday to celebrate child abuse prevention across Wyoming and the country.

Weatherby Makes Two Executive Position Appointments

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Weatherby Inc., the firearms manufacturer based in California, announced earlier this year that they will be moving their headquarters to Sheridan with the goal of manufacturing to begin next February.

Kindergarten Screening Dates

Sheridan County School District #2 has a screening process for upcoming kindergarten students and those screening dates have started.

Council Approves Consultant for CIP Update

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The Sheridan City Council met for their first regularly scheduled meeting of the month Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Big Horn Native Wins National Writing Award

Big Horn Native Greg Nickerson will be honored by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for a historic piece on Native Americans in the Sheridan WYO Rodeo in the early 1950s.

Forest Service to Host Public Meeting on Proposed Trail

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The Bighorn National Forest, in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office, is seeking comments on the proposed Red Grade Trail System.

Variable Snowpack in the Bighorns

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The latest Sheridan County Snowpack report has been released and it shows that as of April 1, snowpack water content across the eastern slope of the Bighorn Mountains continues to be near median, though variable across the area ranging from 77 percent to 163 percent of median.

Weather Spotter Training Saturday in Sheridan

Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards announced Monday that the National Weather Service Office in Billings will be conducting a SKYWARN Spotter Training Session Saturday, from 10 am to noon at the Masonic Lodge on Gould Street in Sheridan.