Archive - Sep 8, 2014 - News

Big Data Conference Coming to Sheridan

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Forward Sheridan Executive Director Jay Stender (Photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan will host a two-day conference this month aimed discussing emerging trends in big data management. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Chamber Luncheon Will Focus on Leadership

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Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce CEO Dixie Johnson (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday will double as a graduation ceremony of sorts for the 2014 class of Leadership Sheridan County. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson.

Arch Coal Kicks Off This Year's Teacher Awards Program

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Arch Coal Foundation kicked off their Teacher Achievement Awards program Monday in Wyoming. According to Arch Coal Vice President of External Affairs Greg Schaefer, this is the fifteenth year for the program, the longest running, privately sponsored teacher recognition program in the state.

Museum Managers Want Exhibit Ideas

During a recent Public Pulse show, the director of the Sheridan County Museum said they’re exploring possible exhibit options for next year.

Police Strive to Rid Properties of Abandoned Vehicles

Parking, storing or leaving unlicensed, abandoned or junked vehicles on private property and public streets, alleys, easements and rights-of-way are prohibited in Sheridan as per city ordinance.

Fires Burn 40 Acres Near POE

Firefighters from Ranchester, Goose Valley and Big Horn battled grass fires off Interstate 90 near the Port of Entry on Sunday afternoon.

Pie Auction Raises $800-plus

Proceeds from Saturday's Harvest Celebration were still being tallied on Monday, but the Pies By Guys after-dinner auction was a huge success.

Senior Center Launches Clown Workshop

Sheridan's Senior Center starts a new class on Wednesday for people who want to learn how to clown around.

History Presentations Start This Week

Conversations in History return this week to the Sheridan Senior Center on Smith Street.

Politics on the Prairie. . . One Shot at a Time

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Bill Sniffin

Wyoming governors historically love hosting the One Shot Antelope Hunt in Lander. Gov. Matt Mead is no exception and will be hosting his fourth hunt on Sept. 20.