Following a legislative session that again centered around education at times, during an interview with Kim Love on Public Pulse this week, Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill answered a question regarding the controversial topics surrounding her office over the past year. She says that she's done the things she said she was going to do.
After a couple of years without a press box and limited seating at the newly remodeled Big Horn High School football field, Sheridan County School District 1 accepted bids for a project that will add 750 seats at Big Horn and Tongue River facilities.
Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will now have $40,000 more in funding to use on affordable housing projects thanks to a recent approval of a resolution by the Sheridan County Commissioners.
With the completion of Johnson County's new Judicial Center complex this summer, Wyoming's Fourth Judicial District, which encompasses both Sheridan and Johnson Counties will be receiving a second District Judge to be seated in Buffalo.
The Sheridan City Council held a unique work session Wednesday that consisted of Sam Western giving a presentation on the local economic history and how it connects with the State's economic history, and what falling natural gas prices mean for Sheridan and the State.
The Buffalo City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, decided to fund a portion of the moving expenses for the new city/county engineer, and will eventually ask the county to help with those expenses as well.