Archive - Oct 16, 2009

City Hires New Utilities Director

The City of Sheridan announced that it’s new Utilities Director will begin work in just over a week. Dan Miller was hired to replace former Utilities Director Mike Cole who resigned earlier this year. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson says it was an extensive hiring process.

Friday Football

Number 1 Sheridan Broncs face Number 2 Cheyenne Central tonight.The final Sheridan 28, Central 20 .Sheridan has 7 wins and one loss.

The 2nd annual "Pink Bowl" between the Big Horn Rams and Tongue River Eagles was played this afternoon from Homer Scott Stadium at Sheridan High School. The Rams won by a final of 20-0. The Rams up their record to 4-3, while the Eagles fall to 1-6 on the season.

Delores "Dee" Black

Sheridan resident Delores "Dee" Black, 81, passed away Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at Memorial Hospital of Sheridan.

Should the City of Sheridan allow controlled archery hunting within the City limits?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
62% (335 votes)
37% (203 votes)
No Opinion
1% (6 votes)
Total votes: 544

Bras, Bras and More Bras!

They come in all sizes, shapes, styles and patterns, and they are "connecting" for a great cause this morning in downtown Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the story.


Hardin Officials Claim New Interest in Empty Jail

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Officials in Hardin say they've received new interest in their empty, 464-bed jail in the wake of collapsed deal with a California company run by a man with a history of fraud.

Friday, October 16th

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs take on Cheyenne Central tonight. It's the game of the week in Class 4-A, with #1 Sheridan against #2 Cheyenne, and another of those marquee match-ups for the Broncs. They've been through this several times this season.

Math Students Get Instant Feedback On Classwork

A classroom performance system used to mean the use of the teacher’s grade book decades ago. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher says it means something totally different to today’s high school students.

Sheridan County Looking Forward To Finishing Flood Study

Earlier this week the City of Sheridan revealed some preliminary flood maps prepared by the Army Corps of Engineers. Sheridan County is reviewing those maps along with the City. County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger says this project is sorely needed in the county.