Archive - Oct 14, 2015

One Bright Spot In Economy is Positively Glowing in 2015

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In the past six months, the energy economy in Wyoming has taken some serious hits leaving folks from Gillette to Rock Springs and Cheyenne to Cody nervous and pessimistic.

Wildlife Official Receives Deer Headlock Report Before Show

A wildlife official received a call this morning right before going on to Sheridan Media’s news talk show reporting that two deer were in a tangle. Host Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Richard W. Schumacher

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Richard W. Schumacher, 82, of Dayton, Wyoming passed away on Tuesday, October 6, 2015, at his home after a short illness.

Dick was born on May 1, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois to Walter and Emma Schumacher. He grew up and attended school in the Chicago area. He joined the United States Army on April 28, 1953 and was honorably discharged on April 24, 1955.

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Game and Fish / WYO Theater Gala

Terry Paul Wirtzberger

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Terry Paul Wirtzberger, 76, of Sheridan, was born on August 6, 1939 to Paul and Dorothy
Wirtzberger in Westby, MT. Terry graduated from Sacred Heart High School and later became an X-Ray Technician.
He worked in Billings, MT for awhile and then moved to Sheridan where he worked for several years at Sheridan Memorial Hospital and the V.A. Medical Center.

Airport Terminal Not Open, But Taking Bookings

Sheridan Airport Terminal -- Leslie Stratmoen Photo

The Sheridan airport terminal has not been renovated just yet, but Airport Manager John Stopka said representatives from Key Lime are expected to be in town soon to provide specifications.

Auditor Says State Needs ‘Energy’ President

State Auditor Cynthia Cloud received applause from her audience of Republican women during a speech delivered recently in Sheridan when she suggested what the state needs in the next president of the United States.

Local Women Receive Hunting Awards

Jennie Muir-Gordon of Buffalo with her guide Kellen Little of Leiter. (Photo Provided)

Two hunters from the local area received awards for their accomplishments made during the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt held over the weekend at the Ranch at Ucross, southeast of Sheridan.

Pronghorn Antelope Hunters Needed

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Kemmerer Game Warden Chris Baird is looking for a few good pronghorn antelope hunters in hunt area 93 with type 1, type 6 or type 7 licenses.

Link- Partners In Pink Run/Walk is Saturday

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details of an event hosted by a local foundation to raise funds for the hospital in Sheridan.