Archive - Oct 17, 2017 - News

Barkan, Schilling Named to BOCES Board

Trustees Mary Schilling, left, and Penny Barkan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees Penny Barkan and Mary Schilling have been named to represent District 1 on the Hot Springs Early Childhood BOCES.

Road ROW Just One of Many Conditions

Peter Clark speaks to commissioners Tuesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Peter Clark, who's mayor of Ranchester and chairman of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board, said county action Tuesday, that granted right of way on four county roads, is one of 22 conditions that the joint powers board must meet to secure a loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Could Bannon’s Prince Disrupt Wyoming’s GOP?

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WyoFile.com-A former chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party said Erik Prince and his anti-establishment backer, Steve Bannon, don’t understand Wyoming, and their entry into a senate race could damage political discourse here.

Commissioners Approve Agreement for Courthouse Work

People pack the commission chamber at the start of Tuesday's meeting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County commissioners are hopeful that bids can go out around the first of the year for a replacement for the air conditioning system in the old county courthouse.

College Issues Statement Regarding Vandalized Vehicle

Sheridan College Police Chief Jason Vela says police are especially alert to the possibility that recent vandalization of a student's car was racially motivated.

Christmas Stroll Business Registration Ends Monday

The 22nd Annual Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll is only a month away and that means that businesses need to get registered. Dixie Johnson, CEO of the Chamber.

Game and Fish Talks Proper Carcass Disposal

The dumping of animal carcasses along public roadways or on public or private land can be considered littering in the state of Wyoming.

Sheriff’s Office To Host Outreach Event

In an effort to succeed in their goal of being transparent to the community, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting a public outreach event on Monday in the Tongue River Valley Community Center in Ranchester.

Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt Recognizes Achievements

Sixteen women who harvested their pronghorn antelope with only one shot during the two-day Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt earlier this month received the Annie Oakley Award for this year's event at the Ranch at Ucross.

Council Passes Non-Discrimination Resolution

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The Sheridan City Council considered a non-discrimination resolution at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.