Archive - Sep 2018

September 30th

Two Medicine Wheel Trails Opened and Clear

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Due to a wind event that occurred in late June, several trails in the Medicine Wheel Ranger District were impassable. As of now, High Park Trail and Lower Medicine Lodge Trail have been cleared and are passable.

Gunshots Being Investigated in Yellowstone Park

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On Sept. 22, Yellowstone Park rangers began investigating a report that a man had fired a shotgun at wolves that were chasing his dog along East Entrance Road. Upon investigation, no evidence of injured wolves was found, but shotgun shells were discovered.

Polls Mixed for Kavanaugh Confirmation to SCOTUS

This week, for the First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question, we asked Sheridan County residents if they want to see nominee Brett Cavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court:

The Hunt for Red October starts at the Farmer’s Market . . .

Recently a friend dropped the name of a favorite movie into a conversation. Being one of those people who loves to play with words, I saw something new in the title . . . and soon set forth on my own 'Hunt for Red October' at some popular weekend events . . .

September 29th

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 30, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 30, 1918.

Killy's Celebrates 50 Years

People visit while they eat lunch in the dining area. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Killy's Deli celebrated 50 years in Sheridan Saturday with specials on food and drinks, music and a raffle.

Council to Discuss Attainable/Workforce Housing

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The Sheridan City Council will hold their first regularly scheduled meeting of October Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Survey Shows Strong Student Satisfaction at UW

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More than 90 percent of University of Wyoming students are pleased with their UW education, according to the latest UW Student Satisfaction Survey (UWSSS).

September 28th

Sheridan College Campus is Big Place

A student relaxes in the Thorne-Rider Student Center. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair took advantage of a chance recently to tour the Sheridan College campus. Here's her story.

Sheridan Hospital and Nurses Receive Award, Recognition

Accepting the 2018 WNA Innovation Award are, from left, Dee Gilson, Wyoming Nurses Association president and director of surgical services & cardiac catheterization lab at Sheridan Memorial Hospital; Kirsi Ludwig, SMH manager of pharmacy; and Stephanie Eisenhauer, SMH IT pharmacist. (Courtesy photo)

Sheridan Memorial Hospital received the 2018 Wyoming Nurses Association Innovation Award, and a hospital nurse manager received special recognition recently.