Sheridan

Crews renovating the old Hallmark Building in downtown Sheridan found a space on the building's northeast corner where a time capsule was originally supposed to be.

State Sen. Dave Kinskey's proposed constitutional amendment, Senate Joint Resolution 9, passed the Senate last week and has gone to Wyoming's House of Representatives.

Out of what state Sen. Dave Kinskey termed a “slew” of education bills, only two education funding bills remain.

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 Feb. 7, 1917.

Sheridan's City Council has approved resolutions that clear the way for the city to apply for more than $2 million in loans to fund extension of water and sewer service to the north end of Sheridan.

The Antelope Butte Foundation is in the process of reinventing the old Antelope Butte Ski Area into a year round outdoor recreation facility. The foundation is aiming to have limited operations going on the new Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area as soon as this summer.

Early Friday morning, a water line sprung a leak on Sheridan’s Kentucky Avenue near the southeast end of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. The leak flowed down several adjacent streets causing slushy and icy conditions.

Sheridan Fire and Rescue responded to the report of a structure fire late Sunday Evening on Sheridan’s Brundage Lane. According to Fire Chief Terry Lenhart, the structure turned out to be a local business.

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