Archive - Jun 12, 2012

The College Arch - Coming Down

On Tuesday afternoon the arch at Sheridan College was seen coming down but the golden dome still stands in the background. We're not talking McDonald's golden arches here but we are talking about the main entry way into Sheridan College which is now temporarily closed and will remain closed for a week or more.

Finishing Touches

On Monday afternoon O'Dell Construction Inc. of Sheridan was putting the outside finishing touches on the 3rd floor addition to the Sheridan County Court House making room for an additional judge for the 4th Judicial District. Tuesday morning the carpeting was being laid inside and Shawn O'Dell indicated that the entire project will be finished by the start of the new fiscal year - July 1st.

Sheridan Media Nets 9 WAB Awards

Sheridan Media took home nine awards from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters convention over the weekend in Gillette.

NMA Hosts Open House on Economic Growth Initiative

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NMA Hosts Open House on Economic Growth Initiative

Leland Consulting Group out of Portland, Oregon is in town as part of the North Main Association's economic growth initiative. While in Sheridan, the consulting group is conducting stakeholder interviews, meeting with the North Main Association Board, and touring the community.

Bright Horizons Preliminary Plat Approved

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

A request from Michael Lee Investments, LLC, and Volunteers of America, Wyoming/Montana to replat block 5 of the West View Addition into six lots was approved by the City of Sheridan Planning Commission Monday night.

Sheridan Media Nets 9 WAB Awards

The Sheridan Media crew took home 8 awards over the weekend at the annual WAB Convention in Gillette.

Sheridan Media took home nine awards from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters convention over the weekend in Gillette.

Animal Officer Emphasizes Importance of Leashes in Town

One of the most common incidents on Sheridan's daily police report is “Dog At Large.” Senior community service officer, Raymond Buhr, explains what that means. means.

Johnson County Takes Care of Some Housekeeping

Johnson County Commissioners

At their regular meeting last week, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a number of “housekeeping” Resolutions and contracts.

JCSD1 Approves Purchase Of Property

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

At their first meeting of June, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved the recommended purchase of a property adjacent to Clear Creek Middle School.

G&F Cutt Slam Season Is Underway

There are four subspecies of Cutthroat Trout in Wyoming, and the state's Game and Fish Department is challenging local anglers to meet them all.