Rustin Burr

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VideoWYO Theater 30th Birthday Celebration Rustin Burr013 hours 51 min ago
NewsMDU Report: Broken Power Line Causes Outage, Fire Rustin Burr02 days 11 hours ago
NewsExpect Smoke from Prescribed Burns in the Bighorns Rustin Burr02 days 12 hours ago
NewsRescheduled Lecture on Wolverines set for Wednesday Rustin Burr02 days 12 hours ago
PollShould the State and/or Federal Government enact legislation to restrict vape producers from making their products flavored? Rustin Burr02 days 13 hours ago
PollShould the city make the current 3 lane configuration of Main Street Sheridan permanent? Rustin Burr02 days 13 hours ago
NewsWyoming Chamber’s Health Benefit Plan Subject of Monthly Luncheon Rustin Burr04 days 8 hours ago
NewsPublic Meetings on Goose Creek Transit Fixed Routes Wednesday Rustin Burr04 days 13 hours ago
NewsDFAC Monday to Benefit Project Schoolhouse Rustin Burr04 days 14 hours ago
NewsMeyers Talks Tour du Mont Blanc Thursday at Fulmer Rustin Burr05 days 13 hours ago
NewsChamber Lunch Program Features Health Insurance and Small Business Rustin Burr05 days 13 hours ago
NewsCampus Pass Tour at UW Saturday Rustin Burr05 days 16 hours ago
VideoWyoming Leaders: Patrick Henderson Sheridan City Council Member Rustin Burr06 days 29 min ago
NewsShredfest Set for Tuesday Rustin Burr06 days 12 hours ago
VideoCenter Stage: Rooted in Wyoming Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
PollShould K-12 students be allowed to bring their cell phones to school? Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
NewsCommunity Continues Trend of Safe Choices Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
NewsUW’s 2nd Wyo Hackathon Grows to Multi Day Event Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
NewsUW Med Student to Practice in Sheridan Rustin Burr02 weeks 3 days ago
NewsMDU Refund Wyoming Customers on August Bill Rustin Burr02 weeks 3 days ago
NewsDeer Management Program Continues in 2019 Rustin Burr02 weeks 3 days ago
NewsDon King Days Start Sunday Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
NewsFriday Last Day to Submit Summer Reading Bingo Cards Before Holiday Closure Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
VideoWyoming Watercolor Society: 34th Annual Art Exhibition Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
NewsUW, WBC New Network Connects Entrepreneurs and Mentors Rustin Burr02 weeks 5 days ago

MDU Report: Broken Power Line Causes Outage, Fire

According to a Montana-Dakota Utilities spokesperson, a broken power line caused almost 2,000 Sheridan Customers to lose power in addition to starting a small grass fire Thursday evening. The fire was extinguished before MDU crews arrived on the scene.

Expect Smoke from Prescribed Burns in the Bighorns

The Bighorn National Forest has announced that several prescribed burns will be conducted this fall. These burns are weather dependent and planned to occur over the next few months, according to a news release.

Rescheduled Lecture on Wolverines set for Wednesday

On Wednesday, Sheridan College will host a lecture that had to be rescheduled earlier in the year.

Wyoming Chamber’s Health Benefit Plan Subject of Monthly Luncheon

Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their monthly lunch with a program that focused on the topic of the Wyoming Chamber’s Health Benefit Plan.

Public Meetings on Goose Creek Transit Fixed Routes Wednesday

The Hub on Smith in Sheridan will be holding three public meetings on Wednesday with the purpose of introducing and sharing information about the new fixed bus route that Goose Creek Transit will begin in October.

DFAC Monday to Benefit Project Schoolhouse

On Monday, Project Schoolhouse will be the beneficiary of the latest Dining for a Cause Fundraiser at Frackelton’s Restaurant on Sheridan’s Main Street.

Meyers Talks Tour du Mont Blanc Thursday at Fulmer

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will be the venue for a presentation by a local man who recently experienced challenges and victories in a hiking adventure in Europe.

Chamber Lunch Program Features Health Insurance and Small Business

On Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will hold their regularly scheduled monthly luncheon at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Campus Pass Tour at UW Saturday

High Schoolers and their families that are interested in learning more about Wyoming’s lone University will be flocking to Laramie on Saturday to take part in the University of Wyoming Campus Pass.

Shredfest Set for Tuesday

Residents in the Sheridan community are invited to bring in unneeded documents that could have sensitive information on them for shredding Tuesday at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

UW’s 2nd Wyo Hackathon Grows to Multi Day Event

In 2018, the University of Wyoming hosted their first WyoHackathon event to great success.

Community Continues Trend of Safe Choices

The Sheridan County community has by all accounts done an excellent job this summer of making safe choices during large gatherings.

UW Med Student to Practice in Sheridan

A University of Wyoming Medical Education student from Rock Springs will be practicing in the Sheridan community.

MDU Refund Wyoming Customers on August Bill

Montana-Dakota Utilities Company customers in Wyoming may have noticed an extra insert in their bills this month.

Deer Management Program Continues in 2019

For over a decade, the City of Sheridan has allowed local archers to harvest deer within city limits. That program is scheduled to happen once again in 2019. Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Don King Days Start Sunday

A staple of Labor Day in Sheridan County will return once again for a 31st year starting Sunday. Don King Days is an old fashioned cowboy show according to organizer Cecile Pattison.

Friday Last Day to Submit Summer Reading Bingo Cards Before Holiday Closure

School is back in session and August is all but over, a sign that summer has come to an end.

UW, WBC New Network Connects Entrepreneurs and Mentors

The University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Business Council recently launched a new network to connect entrepreneurs and mentors.

Law Enforcement Reminds Community to Drive Sober During Holiday Weekend

During the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend, the Sheridan Police Department, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office, and the Wyoming Highway Patrol will be working overtime to get impaired drivers off the roads.

New City Website

This month, the City of Sheridan launched their new website www.sheridanwy.gov. While a guest recently on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan Police Department Lt.