Archive - Aug 1, 2017

All in a Day’s Work

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At Sheridan Media, we are interested in the people that make up our community and have begun a new feature called “All in a Day’s Work.” Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott visited with Sheridan Memorial Hospital chef Andy Irion and brings us his story.

EQC Praised for Decision on Ramaco

The Wyoming Environmental Quality Council won praise from Tongue River landowners and the Sheridan-based Powder River Basin Resource Council Tuesday when the EQC rejected Ramaco's Brook Mine application as submitted.

Conservation District Reviews Stream Stabilization Request

Supervisors of the Sheridan County Conservation District suggested changes in a request for proposals on a stream stabilization project in Dayton, but agreed they could review the revised document via e-mail instead of waiting until their September meeting.

Exhibit Hall Entries Judged Tuesday

Gardening and horticulture judges Brian Mealor, left, and Kristen Moore interview an exhibitor Tuesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Judging of the 4-H and FFA static exhibits happened Tuesday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Fire Near Burgess Junction

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Firefighters with the Bighorn National Forest have responded to a reported wildfire located about eight air miles north/northwest of Burgess Junction.

Residents Worry State Coal Ambitions Overshadow Public Input

The window of Ramaco’s Sheridan office suite. Opponents say the company has not been responsive to their request for meetings about a proposed mine. (Andrew Graham/WyoFile)

WyoFile.com- A seven-member state council, with two members recusing themselves, is slated to decide the fate of a controversial new coal mine permit when it convenes today in Cheyenne.

YMCA Announces New Executive Director

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The Sheridan County YMCA has announced that Elisabeth Cassiday will become their new Executive Director. Cassiday has been working at the Sheridan County Y for the better part of the past decade.

Tuesday 08-01-17

Animal Shelter/Homeless Shelter

Crazy Days Sales Start Thursday on Sheridan’s Historic Main Street

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The Downtown Sheridan Association’s annual Crazy Days campaign is set for this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday on Sheridan’s Historic Main Street.

Karen Garber Dickinson

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Karen Garber Dickinson passed away peacefully in her sleep on February 18, 2017 in Olympia, Washington. Karen was born in Sheridan, Wyoming on May 4, 1940, to Cecil and Sheila Benson Garber of Big Horn, Wyoming. She attended schools in Big Horn, was active in 4-H, and graduated from Big Horn High School in 1958.