Archive - Dec 28, 2016 - News

Year in Review: Third Quarter of 2016

Broadway Standoff (Rustin Burr)

The third quarter of 2016 started out with a slew of wildfires in July. The Beatty Spur Fire, which was a grass blaze about 12 miles north of Sheridan, was reported on the afternoon of Friday the 8th and was contained several hours after crews arrived.

MDU Intervention Terms of Settlement Approved at Council Meeting

After their meeting last week, the Sheridan City Council went into an Executive Session.

How Long Should You Keep Tax Documents According to the IRS

It is almost 2017 and with the New Year comes another tax season. According to the Internal Revenue Service recommendations, certain tax documents should be kept for several years or more. Generally, the IRS suggests keeping copies of tax returns and supporting documents for at least 3 years.

Red Kettle Campaign Extended

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The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign in Sheridan has been extended through the end of the week.

Cleaning Up After the Storm

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Snow removal crews with the City of Sheridan have been busy cleaning up after the Christmas storm that pretty much shut down much of northeast Wyoming.

The Reality of the Situation

State Representative for House District 40 Mike Madden (Photo Ron Richter ©)

There will be many new faces when the Legislature convenes next month in Cheyenne, as there will be 19 freshman representatives in the 60 member House, and six in the 30 member Senate.

New Year’s Resolution Solution

According to the website , 45 percent of Americans make some type of New Year’s Resolution, however, only 8 percent actually end up achieving their resolution.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Year in Review: Second Quarter of 2016

Now here's Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair with a look at the second quarter of 1916.

City Of Buffalo To Continue Snow Removal Wednesday

Image courtesy City of Buffalo.

Buffalo's City Hall has been busy answering calls from residents concerned that snow removal is taking longer than they are accustomed to on secondary and lesser streets.