Archive - Mar 15, 2017

Library Revenues Down Slightly

Revenues for the Sheridan County Library System for the coming year will be down about 1.5 percent from this year's.

Firefighters Called to Deal With Fuel Leak

Firefighters clean fuel from under a dump truck early Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Firefighters with Sheridan Fire and Rescue were called to Brundage Street in downtown Sheridan Wednesday afternoon to deal with a fuel leak.

City Planner Discusses Development Issues

Two of those, a proposed annexation of property on East College Street and a minor subdivision on Mydland Road, will go before the city plan commission on March 27. The third matter is an encroachment at 910 Bellevue.

Sen’s Appeal Brings No Change

Last week, Dharminder Vir Sen appealed the ruling of Sheridan County District Court Judge John G. Fenn in the Wyoming Supreme Court.

Wedesday 03-15-17

Police Department / Library Dining for a Cause

Frozen Wetlands Dr. Pond

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"Frozen Wetlands Dr. Pond" - Photo By: Robert Edwards

"Frozen Wetlands Dr. Pond" - Photo By: Robert Edwards

David Michael Patterson

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David Michael Patterson, 62, of Sheridan, passed away on Thursday, March 9, 2017, at his residence.

Online condolences may be written at
Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

Plan Before You Party on St. Patty’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the nation’s biggest times to celebrate and party. Unfortunately, too many people are driving after drinking alcohol marking the holiday as a dangerous one. According to Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


DOUGLAS, Wyo. (AP) — Two Kentucky men on a cable television hunting show have been fined nearly $31,000 and have lost their hunting privileges for 15 years for poaching two bull elk in southeastern Wyoming in 2014.

City to Replace Old Water Meters

Utilities Manager Dan Roberts, at podium, talks to Sheridan's city council. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, the city of Sheridan and Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board will start the process this year to replace 9,000 water meters that serve customers of the city and rural water systems.