Archive - Feb 6, 2017 - News

Council Authorizes Loan Applications

Three of Sheridan's city council members; from left, Alex Lee, Jesus Rios and Mayor Roger Miller. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan's City Council has approved resolutions that clear the way for the city to apply for more than $2 million in loans to fund extension of water and sewer service to the north end of Sheridan.

Charlie Belden Chronicled State’s History in Photography

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The first time I heard of Charlie Belden was during a visit to Omaha where my old friend Lee Myers lives a nice retired life with his wife Barbara.

ABF SKI-EO Steps Down

The Antelope Butte Foundation is in the process of reinventing the old Antelope Butte Ski Area into a year round outdoor recreation facility. The foundation is aiming to have limited operations going on the new Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area as soon as this summer.

Water Line Break Fixed Saturday

Early Friday morning, a water line sprung a leak on Sheridan’s Kentucky Avenue near the southeast end of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. The leak flowed down several adjacent streets causing slushy and icy conditions.

Structure Fire at Local Business

Sheridan Fire and Rescue responded to the report of a structure fire late Sunday Evening on Sheridan’s Brundage Lane. According to Fire Chief Terry Lenhart, the structure turned out to be a local business.

Ken Lavigne at the WYO

On Tuesday, the Sheridan WYO Theater will present “Ken Lavigne, the Road to Carnegie Hall”. According to Erin Butler, the WYO’s Executive Director, Lavigne is a classically trained tenor vocalist.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

Driver killed in collision west of Casper

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Highway Patrol says one person was killed in a crash about 60 miles west of Casper on U.S. Highway 20.

Madden Says Main Legislative Issue Still Education Funding

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said the last two weeks have really been difficult for the Legislature, as they continue to try to find common ground and ways to fund education for the next biennium.

Madden: Recent Vote Gives Look At Government Process

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, who has been updating Sheridan Media during his time at this year's Legislative session, said in his most recent talk that the recent vote on the cigarette tax increase in the House was an “interesting parliamentary process.”

Blood Draws This Week in Buffalo For Health Fair

Buffalo residents can have their blood drawn this week and Kaycee residents later this month for health screenings for the upcoming Johnson County Health Fair, which is scheduled for next month.