City of Sheridan and SAWS Receive Good News From the State
The City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply received some good news out of Cheyenne Thursday as the State Loan and Investment Board approved almost $6 million in grants and long-term low interest loans for the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment Plants.
Representatives from TSP Inc talk to students about engineering, architecture and construction that their company does in Sheridan. TSP was one of about 22 tables at the NSI Job Fair Thursday on their campus in Sheridan.
Normative Services held their 3rd Annual Career Fair Thursday morning in their gymnasium, offering students a chance to see about twenty different career choices from around the Sheridan area.
Rhonda Weber, Victim Advocate with Advocacy and Resource Center. (Sheridan Media file photo)
In recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness month, the Advocacy and Resource Center will host its March Against Family Violence Saturday, October 8th in downtown Sheridan to raise awareness about violence in the home.
4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan Wyoming (Sheridan Media file photo)
Two motions filed by the defense of an 18-year-old Sheridan man charged with 2nd Degree Felony Sexual Assault of a Minor were denied during a lengthy motion hearing Wednesday in 4th Judicial District Court.
This image provided by the FBI shows Sheldon Bernard Chase who has been arrested in Spokane, WA. (AP Photo/FBI)
(Updated 7:55 am) -- LODGE GRASS, Mont. (AP) - The FBI says it's still trying to piece together what led to the fatal shooting of three people on Montana's Crow Reservation after the arrest of the suspected gunman Wednesday night in Washington state.
The Jim Gatchell Museum Association's annual Fall Gathering fundraiser will be this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. The funds raised at the event, from the dinner, auctions and gifts, will all go to the endowment fund for the museum.
The Buffalo City Council had a heated discussion at their meeting Tuesday concerning a Resolution brought before the council by Mayor Randy Dyess on a water line project in the North and Northwest sections of the city.