Archive - May 9, 2012 - News

Nice Day for a Groundbreaking

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Breaking ground on the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.

Shovels in hand, officials with Sheridan College, Whitney Benefits, and a couple of State Representatives broke ground on the $15.2 million Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Wednesday. Prior to the ceremonial groundbreaking, Sheridan College President Dr.

Red Grade to Open This Friday Morning

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

It has been anticipated for some time, and Sheridan County officials confirmed it Tuesday, Red Grade Road in Sheridan County will open to vehicle traffic this Friday morning at 8 am. Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger.

Sheridan PD Stresses Crosswalk Awareness

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SPD Sergeant Tom Henry

During the last several months, there has been a handful of incidents of pedestrians, either walking or on a bicycle that have been struck by a motorist within a crosswalk. The Sheridan Police Department wants motorists to know a few things concerning crosswalks in Sheridan.

Selling Their Wares

Some of the student art that was on sale at Sheridan College this week. (Photo by Domenic Ruffatto)
Some of the student art that was on sale at Sheridan College this week. (Photo by Domenic Ruffatto)
Some of the student art that was on sale at Sheridan College this week. (Photo by Domenic Ruffatto)
Some of the student art that was on sale at Sheridan College this week. (Photo by Domenic Ruffatto)

If you didn't get a chance to visit Sheridan College Monday or Tuesday, chances are you missed out on some fine art for sale as students were selling their art in the Whitney Building Fine Art Wing. Sheridan College Art Instructor Rod Dugal.

Buffalo's Free Landfill Days Now Through Saturday

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades

The City of Buffalo's annual Citywide Spring Cleanup starts today and ends Saturday, May 12th.

Black Tooth Wheat Beer Judged World's Best

Sheridanites looking for credentialed, world-class beer don't even have to leave town.

Health Dept.: Whooping Cough May Come Our Way

The Wyoming Department of Public Health issued a media release to advise the public that Pertussis, commonly known as Whooping Cough, may try to make its way around the state.

Buffalo Council OK's Resolutions On Schedules, Capitalization

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved two Resolutions, one concerning employee scheduling and the other on capitalization.

BDA Receives Main Street Association Award

L-R: Bob Zimmershied, Dave Spencer, Nick Thom, Marie Verger, Bill Hawley, Kitty Merrill, Travis Lawrence, Becky Spencer, Bonnie Schlesselman.

The Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA) was recently named the “Wyoming Main Street Affiliate Community Of The Year,” and will be officially given the recognition at the Preserving Wyoming Conference in Pinedale May 18th and 19th.

Patton Puts Emphasis On Education

Sheridan County state legislator John Patton gave a history lesson about the writing of the Constitution to the Republican Women's Club Monday afternoon.