Archive - Oct 4, 2016 - News

Jentel Presents

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Tuesday night saw more than 20 people attend this month’s meeting of Jentel Presents. Four visual artists and two writers showcased their work and the process in making it.

State Cuts Grant Funds to SCCD

The Sheridan County Conservation District will receive a little less money from the Wyoming Department of Agriculture this year.

Sheridan Police Department Provides Follow Up on Broadway Stand-Off

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A little over a month ago, a Sheridan Street had to be closed due to a Stand-Off. According to Sheridan Police Lt. Tom Ringley, the man responsible could be facing federal charges.

Motorized Access Extended on Three Routes in the Bighorn National Forest

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The Medicine Wheel Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest, in conjunction with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, has extended motorized access on Forest Service Roads 203 and 213 as well as Forest Service Trail 800.

Commissioners Approve Quarry Permit With Amendments

Sheridan County Commissioners (Photo Ron Richter ©)

An application for the Beckton 2 Mine Quarry was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan County Commissioners.

Flu Clinics Start This Week in Sheridan County

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Sheridan County Public Health has scheduled ten flu clinics to be held at various locations throughout Sheridan County over the next month. The first of which will be tomorrow at the Sheridan Senior Center from 9 am to noon.

Daniels Fund Accepting Applications Through November

High School Seniors from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, that intend on going to college next year, are encouraged to apply online for the Daniels Scholarship Program.

Dayton Council Tables Utility Mapping Project

Dayton's town council has tabled a project to map the town's utilities, pending additional information.

Putting an End to the Violence

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan provides assistance to victims of domestic violence that may not have anywhere else to turn, or who’ve ended up in the justice system as a result of the violence.

Ramaco CEO Discusses Future of Brook Mine

Ramaco CEO Randall Atkins (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Last week the Wyoming Environmental Quality Council voted unanimously to allow Kentucky based Ramaco LLC to move forward with plans for the Brook Mine north of Sheridan.