Archive - Oct 26, 2017

Halloween Activities in Full Swing

There's a bunch of Halloween happenings in Sheridan for the next few days.

Walter Lee "Greg" Clapham

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Walter Lee “Greg” Clapham, 92, of Sheridan, passed away Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at the Rock Creek Rehabilitation Center. Online condolences may be written at Arrangements are under the direction of Champion Funeral Home.

Thursday 10-26-17

Sheridan County Sheriff's Office / CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy

Square Dance Lessons Start Halloween

Sheridan’s Jeans and Queens Square Dance Club will start providing lessons on Tuesday, Halloween night. Once comfortable, beginners can start attending the club dances every other Saturday.

UW Awarded $10 Million COBRE Grant

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The University of Wyoming Sensory Biology Center recently was awarded a five year, $10 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

SCSD3 Student Part of Student Advisory Council

Sheridan County School District 3 student Kristin Klaahsen(claw-sen), is one of 18 Wyoming high school students that earned the honor to be on the State’s Student Advisory Council.

Representative Madden Discusses ‘Tourism Tax’

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Wyoming State Representative Mike Madden (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Wyoming lawmakers continue to grapple with how to come up with alternative forms of generating revenue due to the hit the State has taken over the last few years from a lack of revenue from the mineral extraction industry. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Chamber to Host Legislative Forum in November

Representatives Mark Jennings, left, and Bo Biteman discuss an issue at last year's legislative forum. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

In anticipation of the Wyoming Legislature’s budget session that begins in February, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee will host its annual Legislative Forum, Monday, November 20.

State Forester Testifies Before Senate Committee

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Wyoming State Forester Bill Crapser (courtesy photo)

Wyoming State Forester Bill Crapser testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Wednesday.

Pheasants to be Released in Other Walk-In Areas

A pheasant being released. (Courtesy photo)

Pheasants that would normally be released in Sheridan County's Walk-In Area 3 will be released in other walk-in areas this year, and the locations of those releases will be posted on the Wyoming Game and Fish website.