Archive - Sep 2015 - News

September 30th

Livestock Board Plans Brucellosis Information Meetings

Two meetings have been planned for October to discuss the risk of the Brucellosis disease in and near the Big Horn Mountains, one in Sheridan.

Symphony, Theater Presentations Open UW Center

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The grand opening of a $30 million expansion and renovation project at the state’s only university will be held next week.

World Renowned Classical Pianist ‘Ji’ Performs in Sheridan

A world renowned classical pianist is performing this weekend in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

CAST Awaits Word From WYDOT on Grant

The Sheridan-Johnson Critical Air Service Group, which is known as CAST, expected to hear Wednesday afternoon on whether the group will receive a grant from the state to help fund marketing efforts.

‘Welcome Back, A**hole’ Might Not Be the Best Greeting For Our Governor

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Gov. Matt Mead likes to stop by our coffee group, the Fox News All-Stars, when he gets to Lander.

During the annual One Shot Antelope Hunt festivities, he showed up on a Friday morning.

Gateway Park Workshops Well Attended

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The City of Sheridan hosted two days of workshops Monday and Tuesday, in an effort to solicit feedback and ideas of what the Sheridan Gateway Park should consist of. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Influenza Season is Approaching

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, flu season typically runs from October through May, with the peak months being January and February.

54 Pounds Collected During Drug Take Back Day

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The Sheridan Police Department collected 54 pounds of prescription medications Saturday as part of National Drug Take Back Day.

September 29th

Harpers Have Special Plans for Barn in Big Horn

Big Horn brands will adorn stairway at The Barn in Big Horn. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has more to the story about an event she attended recently in the community of Big Horn.

Habitat, Animal Shelter Form Team

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is partnering with Sheridan's Dog and Cat Shelter to build covered dog runs for the facility on East Ridge Road.