Archive - Sep 4, 2015 - News

Dayton Game Warden Named Peace Officer of Year

Dayton Senior Game Warden Dustin Shorma has been named the 2015 Peace Officer of the year by the Wyoming Peace Officer Association.

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Deer Management Program Underway

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

One phase of the city’s deer management program began earlier this week.

UW to Celebrate German Unification With Fall Events

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(Photo courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

The University of Wyoming is scheduling several events this fall to commemorate 25 years of German unification. Political Science Professor Stephanie Anderson says a wire arch representing an opening of the Iron Curtain will be set up on Prexy’s Pasture September 8 through the 12.

Farmers Market Fairies

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This week’s Farmers Market found a new vendor on Grinnell Plaza. Deborah Zink from Hardin brought down some pint-sized products and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott has her story.

Don King Days Start Saturday

The 27th annual Don King Days starts this weekend at the Big Horn Equestrian Center 12 miles southwest of Sheridan.

Municipalities to Receive Lottery Money Next Year

Wyoming's counties and municipalities should start receiving money next year from the Wyoming lottery.

County Museum Hosts Appreciation Weekend

Admission to the Sheridan County Museum will be free Saturday and Sunday during the museum's Fall Community Appreciation Weekend.

Old Photo Recalls Another Local Legend

Bill Eaton Day August 1965. From left, Tom Tescher, Denny Looman, Kelly Howie (on horse), Bill Stearns and Jim Tescher. (Photo courtesy of Don Teschner)

Don King Days, which will be this weekend in Big Horn, was preceded by an earlier event. A 50-year-old photo evoked memories of one local man, and Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair got the story.

Museum Board Looks To Change Employee Retirement Plan

Dave Osmundsen

The Jim Gatchell Museum Board has looked into the possibility of changing the retirement system for the museum staff, going from their current system and coming on board with the Wyoming State Pension Plan.