Archive - Oct 12, 2017

Artist Reception Held for Wyatt

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The Sage Community Arts Center hosted an artists’ reception for local artist Dianne Wyatt Thursday night.

Conversations in History

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The Hub on Smith Street attracted nearly 30 people to hear Helen Laumann’s presentation on the beginnings of the Wrench Ranch in her monthly presentation of Conversations in History.

Ramaco CEO’s Statement on DEQ’s Decision

Ramaco Carbon LLC Chairman and CEO Randall Atkins (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality recently determined that Ramaco Carbon’s Brook Mine, which would be located in Sheridan County, permit application be revised and resubmitted.

Miss Wyoming and McDonald’s Host Fundraiser Friday

Miss Wyoming 2017 Cheyenne Buyert, a native of Sheridan, will be participating in a fundraising event at Mcdonald’s on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan Friday night.

Pints for Pussycats Set for Tuesday

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue, a local nonprofit, will host their 3rd Annual Pints for Pussycats fundraiser at Black Tooth Brewing company in Sheridan on Tuesday.

Sheridan County’s Walk-In Area 3 Closed to Hunting

Sheridan County’s Walk-In Hunt Area #3 is closed to hunters this fall due to a fire that destroyed the habitat in early September.

Thursday 10-12-17

City of Sheridan / Jim Gatchell Museum

Award Winning Brew

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Another beer competition, another award for Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan.

SAWS Board Approves New Contract for Control Valve Project

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The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board approved the termination of an existing contract for professional services with Dowl Engineering, and entered into a new contract with the firm to complete the Control Valve Upgrade Project.

Submission Deadline Approaching for ‘The Batch’ Fall Edition

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The submission deadline is approaching for the fall edition of “The Batch”, a biannual literary/arts magazine that is intended to highlight the work of teenage writers and artists in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.