Sheridan

Officials with the University of Wyoming were at Sheridan College Friday morning to officially announce the collaboration between the two colleges that includes the $3.2 million sale of the Watt Agricultural Center to the UW.

Following last month's meeting of the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees, it was announced that the board would consider the sale of the Watt Agricultural Center to the University of Wyoming.

The annual Trees for Trash event is Saturday in Sheridan, and while most of the trash gets taken up to the City Landfill, there has always been a second, or alternative location for some of the smaller items. This year US Bank of Sheridan will be the host of that second location.

The Powder River Basin Resource Council has started an initiative to bring companies promoting renewable energy, such as wind or solar power, to Wyoming.

The days of cake and ice cream parties at school may be a thing of the past in Sheridan.

It's open season for candidates to file for city, county and state elected positions.

The Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board held their May meeting in Buffalo Thursday night and one topic discussed was the proposed water lease agreement with Wyoming Game and Fish.

This weekend, Pamida in Buffalo will host the first “Outdoor Extraveganza,” to help the community gear up for the outdoor fun during the summer months.

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