Archive - Apr 4, 2017 - News

Conservation District Transfers Funds for Acme

Directors of the Sheridan County Conservation District voted Tuesday night to transfer $3,000 from the district's emergency reserve account to cover technical assistance and other costs for the Acme property north of Sheridan.

Republican Women Pass Medicaid Resolution

Sen. Dave Kinskey speaking during Tuesday's luncheon. Sen. Bruce Burns is seated behind him. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A resolution asking Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead to respond to an offer from President Trump regarding the Medicaid program was approved by Sheridan County Republican Women at a luncheon meeting Tuesday.

State Legislators Speak at GOP Women's Meeting

Sheridan County legislators from left, Sen. Bruce Burns, Sen. Dave Kinskey, Rep. Mark Jennings, Rep. Bo Biteman. (Photo by Pat Blair)

State Sen. Bruce Burns said this past legislative session was his 23rd and was the toughest he's ever been in.

Sheridan Jaycees Meeting Tuesday Night

The Sheridan Jaycees is hosting a meeting Tuesday night at 6pm in the Sheridan Holiday Inn’s Greenery. One of the members will be presenting on ergonomics in the workplace and making individuals healthier to be more productive.

Great Horned Owl Gets A Second Chance

Recently in Gillette, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department received a report of a Great Horned Owl that was found in an oil drum.

Senior Center Announces Keystone Recipients

Forrest Mars will be honored posthumously as one of this year's Keystone Award recipients.

28th Annual Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet Sold Out

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Tickets have officially sold out for the 28th Annual Sheridan Chapter Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet that will take place at the Sheridan Holiday Inn on Saturday.

No Report Filed After Semi Jackknifes on I-90

Early Tuesday morning, there was a report of a motor vehicle accident that blocked both eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 near the Montana-Wyoming State line. Ronda Holwell, Public Information Specialist with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

Would You Believe That the Biggest Ship in the World Once Was the Wyoming?

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In this world, there are big ships. And there are really, really big ships.

To put the name Wyoming in the same sentence as “the biggest wooden ship ever built” just would not make sense to most residents of this state.

But it is true.

City Receives Good News About Employee Health Insurance

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The City of Sheridan, for the second year in a row, will not experience an increase in their employee health insurance premiums for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.