Archive - Jul 22, 2015

Rock’n the Railroad Has Been Cancelled

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Officials with the Trails End Concert Park in Sheridan issued a news release Wednesday that the Rock’n the Railroad Camping and Music Festival scheduled for August 6 through the 8 has been cancelled due to a lack of ticket sales.

CW (Bill) Glessner

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CW (Bill) Glessner 87, passed away July 19, with family at his bedside, at the VA Living Center. A Celebration of Life Potluck dinner will be at Prairie Dog Community Church 11 AM, Sunday, July 26th. Burial will be at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Fairhope PA at a later date.

Sheridan Media Nominated for National Award

Sheridan Media’s KWYO AM station has been nominated for a national Marconi award, chosen as one of the top five small-market radio stations in the country.

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Longmire Interviews/ Q&A

City Council Approves Property Purchase

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson (Photo by Ron Richter)

As we previously reported, the Sheridan City Council at their meeting Monday night authorized Mayor John Heath to execute the Contract for Purchase and Sale for property at 27 Decker Road.

Wild West Wreckers Home Debut is This Weekend

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The Wild West Wreckers will be making their home debut in Sheridan this weekend. (Courtesy photo)

A local roller derby team will be making their home debut this weekend in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Wyoming Theater Festival Plays Continue

The Wyoming Theater Festival continues this week in Sheridan, offering four different plays. Organizer Danny Lee Hodnett, who’s with the theater department at Sheridan College describes the productions.

Federal Grant Will Strengthen Geriatric Care in Wyoming

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The University of Wyoming has received a $2.5 million grant that will help bolster geriatric training and care throughout the state.

District 2 Summer Institute Under Way

Sheridan County School District 2's first Summer Institute for educators starts at 10 Wednesday morning at Sheridan College on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan.

Administrative Director Says 2016 a Tough Budget Year

Sheridan County's Administrative Director Renee Obermueller said the fiscal year that started on July 1 is one of the toughest budget years the county has faced.