Albeit green this is what the sun looked like between clouds with Venus crossing it at 5:19 pm Tuesday from the Sheridan area. The green was from the green welders glass filter that was necessary to cut down on the sun's intense brightness and heat. Hopefully those that went to Sheridan College got a much better view through a telescope than I did through a camera.
Embattled Councilor Justin Gerard offered his resignation on Tuesday night at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Buffalo City Council. The other members of the Council unanimously accepted. Sheridan Media will have more details as the story develops.
Check out the elevated "Community Garden - Dayton Style" set at the foot of the Bighorns in beautiful Dayton, Wyoming. There are 23 plots and the last one was sold for the season on May 29th for $10. It's more than just a community garden it is more like a community project as Mayor Wood said the City purchased the wood and the wood shop students at the High School made the boxes.
The Sheridan City Council approved the distribution amount for the consensus funding that was agreed upon last week by all of the municipalities within Sheridan County and Sheridan County itself. City Clerk Scott Badley.
Immediately following the approval by City Council of Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey's recommendation to appoint Terry Lenhart as Fire Chief, the Mayor swore in Lenhart before a large crowed of firefighters from Sheridan Fire-Rescue.
This bridge will be a thing of the past in the near future.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that the Environmental Assessment on the Lewis Street Bridge replacement project is complete and available for public review and comment. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell.
Sheridanites have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the planet Venus transit across the sun in a rare, eclipse-like event. Rob Milne, an instructor at Sheridan College, explains what's going to happen.
Erika Peckham, Senior Wildlife biologist with Wyoming Game and Fish.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public information gathering meetings in Gillette and Wright this week to discuss herd management objectives for the Rochelle Hills Elk Herd, which includes Hunt Areas 113 and 123.