Archive - Mar 8, 2016

Planes Only Third Full, Marketing Campaign Continues

The commercial planes now flying in and out of Sheridan, after about an eight-month absence, are only about a third of the way full 90-days in. Still, the airport owners are grateful that commercial air service is available at the county-owned airport.

Ranch Forum Under Way in Sheridan

The third annual Ranch Sustainability Forum started Tuesday morning in Sheridan with a presentation by Dr. Jill Clapperton on what she called “Soil Biology One-Oh-One.”

Number of Meth Contaminated Homes Growing

Houses contaminated by methamphetamine smoke or manufacturing residue is a problem across the country, including in Sheridan. That’s according to Dan Casey of the 307 Environmental company.

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Wyoming Republican Congressional Candidates Rex Rammell & Leland Christiansen

Sheridan college Rodeo teams opens 2016 spring season

From SC Rodeo coach Marc Gilkerson:

The spring college rodeo season started off this past weekend in Torrington, WY.

The first rodeo of the spring is always a tough one it shows where your strengths and weaknesses are and what each individual needs to be focused on for the next rodeo.

We had a number of student athletes make it back to the short round which is great and we had some athletes that have been doing well in practice not do so hot at the rodeo, but that is rodeo you have to take the good with the bad and move on to the next.

Commercial Air Service Remains on Target

Managers and providers of the commercial air service flying out of Sheridan are pleased with their record, so far.

Mayor Heath Delivers State of the City Address

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The Sheridan City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting last night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Chamber Luncheon Features Local Legislators

Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns answers a question as Representative Rosie Berger looks on at last year's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce legislative wrap-up luncheon. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

This month’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will focus on the recently completed Wyoming Legislative Session.

Wyoming 2-A All state basketball honors / Lady Broncs open state hoops Thursday / Cowgirls knocked out of the MWC tournament by SDSU / Cowboys open their tournament Wednesday / Manning retires from the NFL

2-A ALL-STATE BASKETBALL - Wyoming 2-A All-state basketball lists have been announced three players from Big Horn and one from Tongue River were honored by the state's coaches for their play this past season.

For the girls Bailey Bard was named to her second straight all state team for the Big Horn lady Rams. Kylee Knoblach from the Tongue River Lady Eagles also made the girls all state team.

Big Horn teammates Juniors Colton Bates and Nolan McCaffrety made the boys 2-A all state team for the first time.

Sheridan College Faces Reductions

The Northern Wyoming Community College District, which includes Sheridan College in Sheridan, Gillette College in Gillette, and the Johnson County campus in Buffalo, will face funding reductions following this year's legislative session.