Ian and Sarah Kelso ( Photo by Dan Cepeda/Casper Star-Tribune)
Ten years of working together around Wyoming to increase awareness of sexual assault and to increase prevention methods was discussed at the Sexual Assault Summit X at the Sheridan Holiday Inn this week.
The Buffalo City Council awarded a bid to build a trail extension from the city's existing trail system through Mosier Gulch west of town, which will eventually connect to an existing Forest Service Trail farther up the Bighorn Mountains.
Students and Faculty present Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young with a ceremonial mace and chain. From left to right, Dr. Paul Young, Brice Tucker, Matthew Prusak (with chain), Cody Jones (with mace), Josh Michelena, Randy Whyte. (Courtesy Photo)
At Thursday night's Northern Wyoming Community College District Board meeting, Sheridan College Vice President and CFO Cheryl Heath expressed to the Board that they had received thirteen proposals from architects regarding the design of the $15 million Academic Center.
Sheridan Fire-Rescue’s Engine 1 is staged on Grinnell Street while employees of Pinnacle, Rockwell, and the Wyoming Rib and Chop House wait for the building to be cleared. (Courtesy Photo)
Crews with Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a report of smoke inside the Historic Cady building Thursday morning shortly after 9 am. The old Cady Opera House is home to offices for Pinnacle Gas, Rockwell Petroleum, Sanford's Grub and Pub and The Bucking Buffalo Supply Company.