Archive - Oct 6, 2017 - News

Wyoming Residents Protest SHARE Act, Gun Violence

Wyoming residents protest the SHARE Act, which would ease restrictions on guns. (Courtesy photo)

A group of 10 Wyoming residents protesting the SHARE Act were escorted out of the Radisson Hotel in Cheyenne Friday where Congresswoman Liz Cheney was speaking at a Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Vacutech Ahead of Last Year in Production

Scott Kelley shows a turbine to visitors on a tour of Vacutech. (Photo by Pat Blair)

So far this year, Sheridan's Vacutech LLC has produced about 50 percent more vacuum systems than it did last year.

Over $1,500 Raised for Christmas Wish

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From left-to-right: Bob Simpson, Sheridan Media Sales Manager Jim Schellinger and Jaime Gilkey.

The 5th annual “Old Man G” Performance Motorcycle Poker Run raised $1,520 for Sheridan Media’s Christmas Wish program.

Public Lands Workshops Set for Sheridan, Buffalo

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The Council for the Bighorn Range will be holding two workshops next week in Sheridan and Buffalo aimed at providing information on the evolving public lands transfer and management efforts from Wyoming to Washington D.C.

Creekside Cabins at Powder Horn Ranch

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The final plat for the Creekside Cabins at Powder Horn Ranch was approved unanimously this week by the Sheridan County Commissioners.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Senator Barrasso: Tax Reform for All Americans

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming recently spoke on the Senate floor about the issue of tax reform.

Dayton Community Hall Serves Multitude of Functions

Teri Luskin talks about Community Hall history during the Chamber coffee earlier this week. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair recently learned about one of the buildings in one of Sheridan County's smaller communities. Here's the story.

Fire District Looks For Reimbursement For Expenses

Johnson County will be looking into the possibility of using grant funds originally earmarked for fire mitigation projects. To be used for fire prevention education.
The request came from County Fire Warden Tom “Tiddle” Camino at the county commissioners' meeting this week.

City Council Allows Variance Of Sign Ordinance

Business owner Mark Wilson brought an appeal of a decision made by the Planning Commission concerning a variance of the city's Sign Ordinance before the city council at this week's meeting.