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August 19th, 2015

Final Change Order Approved On Buffalo's NW Pipeline Project

The Buffalo City Council was presented the Final Change Order on the NW Water Pipeline Project by Public Works Director Les Hook.

Johnson County Signs 4-H Educator Salary Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to accept and approve their portion of the salary for the county's 4-H Educator.

The position is also partially funded by the University of Wyoming through the Johnson County Extension Office.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 20, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 20, 1915.

‘Leonardo’s Horse’ is Set

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A bronze replica of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous horse sculpture was “set”, or mounted to its base Wednesday morning in front of the Downtown Sheridan Association building.

CAST to Move Forward with Air Connection in Sheridan

The Wyoming's aeronautics commission grant of $1.6 million to provide a revenue guarantee for commercial air service in Sheridan clears the way for an agreement to make that service a reality.

Air Service Revenue Guarantee Grant Approved

The aeronautics commission of the Wyoming Department of Transportation has approved a grant for $1.6 million to provide a revenue guarantee for commercial air service in Sheridan.

Sod Farm Fest Raises Money for Nicaraguan School

The Sod Farm Festival is featured this month on the banner hanging across Sheridan's Main Street. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Spending a day in the country listening to music is all that's asked as a means of helping to build a school in Nicaragua.

Installation of ‘Leonardo’s Horse’ Has Begun

Gregory Glasson, left, and Tony DiFazio could be seen Tuesday prepping the pedestal for 'Leonardo's Horse' bronze sculpture, with the horse wrapped on the flatbed behind them. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A bronze replica of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous horse sculpture is going up in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Sheridan Teacher Honored As STEM Elementary Teacher of the Year

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This year’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, educators of the year were honored at the Roadmap to STEM Conference recently held in Sheridan. Abby Mowry, who teaches fifth-grade at Sagebrush Elementary School in Sheridan was named STEM Elementary Educator of the Year.

Drop Sites Not Financially Feasible With Curbside Recycling

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In 2007, the City of Sheridan implemented the drop-site collection program for recyclables. Many of those drop-sites have been eliminated due to curbside recycling that began earlier this month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.