Sheridan County

Antler Shed Area Closed Until Mid-May

Antler hunters will have to wait a couple more weeks to get into the Amsden Creek area near Dayton where elk herds winter.

Lottery Organizers Hold Retailer Workshops

The Wyoming Lottery Corp. is holding workshops this week, throughout the state, with the one in Sheridan planned for today, from 10-2, at the Holiday Inn on Sugarland Drive.

Mountain Snowpack Continues to Be Above Average

Monday, The National Weather Service in Riverton released the latest spring snowmelt flood potential outlook for Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Global Studies Program Presented in Sheridan

Three students from the University of Wyoming's Department of Global and Area Studies Program will present results of their fieldwork next month in Sheridan.

Open House Set for New Senior Housing Facility

Penrose Place, which is a new 15-unit HUD subsidized apartment complex for senior citizens, will host an open house on Friday afternoon and into the evening from 3-7, and Saturday, from 10-4.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from the past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

A Wyoming Supreme Court ruling in December of last year changed the way municipalities negotiate a collective bargaining agreement with their local firefighters union. The Court's decision stipulates that negotiations with the union must be conducted with a quorum of the City Council present, and the Mayor as lead negotiator for the city.

At the end of the most recent City Council meeting, the local firefighters union and the City opened negotiations on a collective bargaining agreement. President of the local union, George Neeson wasn't exactly pleased with the way things started out.

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A Look Back in Time: April 27, 1914

C.K. Boyle fell into the chloride vat at 11 o'clock this morning.

Artist to be Honored at Brinton Museum

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Author/illustrator Zachary Pullen of Casper will be honored at a reception from 2 until 4 Sunday at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn. The event is open free to the public.

A Look Back in Time: April 26, 1914

An 11-year-old Monarch boy is in the hospital here in Sheridan after being accidentally wounded by a shotgun discharge.

Museum Preserves Gentleman Rancher Legacy

Fine art and furnishings and rare documents including an original letter by Abraham Lincoln preserve the history and tastes of Bradford Brinton, the gentleman rancher who gave his name to the museum and memorial just outside Big Horn.

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