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Emergency Snow Route Alert

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An “Emergency Snow Route Alert” has been issued by the City of Sheridan. Street Maintenance Manager, Pete Husman:

Johnson County Commissioners Support Gas Tax

Johnson County Commissioners were the final presenters to the local legislative delegation on Monday evening. Several of the big issues they brought forth were dealing with livestock, and also the proposed increase in our “gas tax”

“From Grasslands to Greenland” at Bradford Brinton

If the line of cars headed towards the Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum Saturday was any indication, the 20th Annual “Holiday Show” featuring the oil paintings of local artist Bridger Konkel was on its way to a great start. 

Street Crews Out Plowing

The blizzard conditions in the past several hours caused many areas of drifting snow, keeping City of Sheridan street crews busy all night. Pete Husman, Operations Manager for Streets Maintenance, describes conditions this morning for drivers.

Hydraulic Fracking Raises Concerns From Environmentalists

Hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” as it is best known, has drawn its share of controversy nationwide as well as locally from environmental groups, who have raised concerns over safety issues.

Meadowlark Ski Resort Opens for the Season

The recent snow that we've received over the last several weeks has allowed the Meadowlark Ski Resort in the Big Horn Mountains to open early this year. The resort opened for the season over the weekend, last year they didn't open till after the New Year.

Legislative Forum

Monday and Tuesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is holding a “Legislative Forum” in anticipation of the next Wyoming State Legislature session, which convenes in January.

State Senator Bruce Burns tells us more:

Mayor Kinskey: Sheridan College Critical for Economic Development

Sheridan College students at the CNC Machining Center at the College.

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey recently toured the Sheridan College Computerized Numerically Controlled Machining Center.

“Fifteen Years of Celebrating the Stroll”

One of the largest social gatherings of the year, Friday evening, the fifteenth annual Christmas Stroll was held in downtown historic Sheridan.  The 30 degree weather was a far cry from the below zero temperatures experienced earlier this week, allowing crowds of all ages to come out and enjoy the

Calendar Contest Winners Announced

Twelve photographers were presented $100 each for their winning photographs in Sheridan County Museum's Calendar Photo contest at a reception at Photo Imaging Center on November 23rd. 

With a theme this year of “Your Backyard and Beyond,” Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Sheridan County Historical Society tells us that the contribution to the contest was phenomenal.

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