Archive - Dec 20, 2016 - News

Bluegrass Jam Session Turns into Party

Bluegrass jammers provided music for a party at the Senior Center Tuesday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended an event in Sheridan Tuesday night. Here are the details.

SAWS Board to Share Cost of Water Line

SAWS board members, from left, Commissioner Mike Nickel, Sheridan Mayor John Heath, and commissioners Steve Maier and Tom Ringley. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Area Water Supply will share the cost of replacing a 16-inch water line under Little Goose Creek.

Hospital Foundation Holds Breakfast for Employee Partners

Hospital employees are served at the hospital foundation's employee partners breakfast. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation held the annual breakfast for its employee partners Tuesday morning.

Thompson’s Declaration of Emergency Project Approved by Council

Sheridan’s City Engineer, Lane Thompson, was on hand at the last Sheridan City Council meeting, to present a Declaration of Emergency Project regarding the Sixteen Inch Creek Crossing.

Rosie Berger on 2016 Elections

After serving 14 years in the Wyoming House of Representatives, Rosie Berger was not re-elected to serve during this year’s primary election.

Sheridan PD Accepting Applications for 2017 Citizen’s Academy

The Sheridan Police Department is now accepting applications for the 2017 Citizen’s Police Academy. This academy will hold classes on one evening per week from February 21-April 18. There is no fee for the class but numbers are limited.

Red Kettle Campaign Donations Are Down This Year

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Salvation Army Bell Ringer Joe Genung, left, braves the cold weather while a citizen makes a donation. (Photo courtesy of Tommy B.)

The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Christmas Campaign will wrap up for another year Saturday. To date, the campaign in Sheridan is down $43,000 from last year.

Commissioners Approve Bridge Inspection Report

Sheridan County Commissioners (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved the final inspection report for a bridge over Tongue River on County Road 110, or Monarch Road.

Some Ideal Christmas Gifts With a Cowboy State Feel

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Ken Smith of Laramie has a great idea for an ideal Christmas gift – he thought someone should go around the state and “bundle up” all the different craft beers and market them as a package.

Not sure how that could be done, but sounded good to me.

Tips for Caregivers During the Holidays

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Holiday stress isn’t just a saying, it’s a reality that most of us at one time or another have experienced.