Archive - Aug 18, 2017

Final Summer Lecture Scheduled at Spear-O

Basic bat ecology is the topic of the last free lecture this summer at Sheridan College's Spear-O Mountain Campus.

Sheridan County Courthouse Announces Eclipse Closure

In observance of the 2017 Eclipse, the Sheridan County Courthouse will be closed for a few of hours on Monday.

Sheridan PD: Do Not Pass The School Bus

For some, school is back in session next week and for some it is still a week or two away.

Beau Logan Chamberlain

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Beau Logan Chamberlain passed away on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 in Sheridan, at the age of 30. He was born on March 30, 1987 in Sheridan, Wyoming, the son of Jane and (the late) Byron Chamberlain, Jr. Beau attended Sheridan schools and was a 2005 graduate of Sheridan High School. He studied at the University of Wyoming and was nearing completion of his BS degree.

Should statues and memorials of Confederate Soldiers be left where they currently stand?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
79% (565 votes)
No, they should be destroyed
4% (31 votes)
No, they should be relocated or for another reason
16% (114 votes)
Undecided
1% (9 votes)
Total votes: 719

Line Waiting for Eclipse Glasses at Sheridan Eye Care

As the state prepares for Monday's long awaited total solar eclipse, many Sheridan residents are still trying to find a pair of approved viewing glasses. Sheridan Eye Care on Main Street sold 100 pairs Friday morning in about 7 minutes.

Governor Discusses Tech Industry in Wyoming

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo Ron Richter ©)

We continue our series today on the recent summit in Jackson that brought members of the ENDOW Executive Council together with the ENDOW Advisory Council. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City in Talks With Telecommunications Consultant

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City of Sheridan Administrator Mark Collins (Photo Ron Richter ©)

City of Sheridan staff have been contemplating the idea of entering into a contract with Bob Duchen with River Oaks Communications out of Colorado, to update the City’s telecommunications, wireless and cell phone tower regulations.

Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation Receives Federal Grant

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Photo by Dorothea Lange. Image courtesy of Densho (National Archives and Records Administration Collection)

The National Park Service announced $1.2 million in grants Thursday that will help fund preservation, restoration, and education projects at several Japanese American confinement sites.