Archive - Apr 2018

April 26th

Sheridan Rec District Adult Softball Registration

Dust off your gloves and dig your bats out of the garage because registration for the 2018 Sheridan Recreation District Adult Softball Leagues are happening now.

Public Meeting at the Game and Fish Sheridan Office

On Monday, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Regional Office in Sheridan will host a meeting for the public.

Commissioners Talk Fuels Mitigation Workshop

In June, Sheridan County residents will have a chance to participate in a Fuels Mitigation Workshop presented by State Forestry, local fire districts, and the County.

Dennis Perryman

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Dennis B. Perryman, 77, of Sheridan Wyoming passed away on April 24, 2018 at his residence. He was born on August 3, 1940 to Homer and Phyllis Perryman in Laramie Wyoming.

Consultant Talks ‘Placemaking’

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Consultant Cheney Bostic at a design workshop this week in Sheridan. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The goal of a three day design workshop that took place in Sheridan this week was to garner ideas and concepts and formulate some preliminary plans for the the Downtown Sheridan Streetscape project, which will tentatively take place when the Wyoming Department of Transportation resurfaces Main Street from Burkitt to Dow in 2023. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter recently sat down with one of the consultants whose primary goal was to solicit “placemaking” ideas.

Pickering Announces Candidacy for Commission

Sheridan County Commission Candidate Antonio Pickering (Photo Ron Richter ©)

There are three seats up for grabs on the Sheridan County Commission during this year’s election.

April 25th

US delays oil, gas sales in Montana after climate ruling

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. officials delayed lease sales on federal oil and gas reserves beneath more than 160 square miles (414 square kilometers) of public and private lands in eastern Montana in response to a recent court ruling on climate change, a U.S.

University of Wyoming gun ban to face court challenge

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — University of Wyoming officials and gun advocates are looking to the courts to resolve a dispute over university policy that prohibits people from carrying weapons on campus.

Wyoming News Update

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Larger Tech Center Can Accommodate More Students

Kent Andersen starts tour of building in the old diesel area. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Expansion of the Sheridan College Technical Center means the college can accept more students in the programs the center offers, including diesel, wielding and machine tooling.