Archive - Aug 29, 2016 - News

Saving Your Seeds

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Monday night, nearly 25 people attended a seed saving workshop held in the Watt Agriculture Building on the Sheridan College campus.

Another Candidate Files for College Board

Teddy Ladmirault became the last person to file for office Monday, as a candidate for one of four seats up for election on the Northern Wyoming Community College District board of trustees.

Ground Broken for North Main Interchange

City, state and county officials join in a groundbreaking ceremony for the new North Main Interchange. (Photo by Pat Blair)

In ceremonies at 2 p.m. Monday attended by Gov. Matt Mead and state, county and city officials, ground was broken for the new North Main Interchange in Sheridan.

Sheridan County Courthouse Power Outage

The Sheridan County Courthouse will be temporarily closed today due to a power outage. They hope to have things up and running at 1pm.

Time with Mike and Diana Enzi Results in Some Interesting Stories

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Not sure how to weave Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian and the First Lady serving duck at a Native American event into a column, but here goes:

Peak Powersports Throttlefest

Get ready to show off your cars, bikes and sleds because Peak Powersports Throttlefest is just around the corner. Nicole Hale, a Sales Representative for Peak, told us more about the event that will be on September 10 at 10am.

Mead Announces Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Governor Matt Mead will sign a proclamation today declaring September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. The proclamation is intended to call attention to Wyoming’s high suicide rate.

New Director of State Parks and Cultural Resources

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Darin Westby has been named as Wyoming’s new Director of the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources effective immediately. Governor Matt Mead made the appointment of Westby, who replaces Milward Simpson who announced his resignation in July.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 29, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 29, 1916.