The Wyoming Department of Transportation recently awarded the bid for the North Main project in Sheridan to DRM Inc. out of Gillette in the amount of $13.6 million, which was $3.4 million below the engineer's estimate. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that City's portion will be lower as well and that will free up some monies for others in the state.
The Safe Routes to School Program has enabled the town of Ranchester to build sidewalks that make it much safer for children to get to and from school. Tuesday night the Town Council approved the Safe Routes to School Master Plan. Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger.
Three days of seasonal cheer will begin this Friday at the Trail End Historic Site in Sheridan as there will be a holiday open house Friday through Sunday. Trail End Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen says there will be plenty of sounds of the holidays during the open house.
Christmas is now only three weeks away and weekends are full of holiday events. This is the time of year when the Advocacy and Resource Center holds it’s winter fundraiser. Center Board Member Scott Brastrup tells us about the Opening Doors Home Tour.
The City Council met in special session on Tuesday night to request that candidates for the city police chief position write biographies to be publicly released. Mayor Dave Kinskey said that all remaining candidates will be in Sheridan this week.
Sheridan College President Dr. Kevin Drumm announced Tuesday that he would be leaving the Northern Wyoming Community College District to become the president of Broome College in New York. Earlier this year Drumm was considered for two other executive positions. Drumm says leaving was one of the hardest decisions he ever had to make.