The move of the University of Wyoming Extension office from the Sheridan County Courthouse to Sheridan College has been postponed.
The Sheridan County Commissioners said unfinished construction put a stop to the transfer this week and the move's now been rescheduled for sometime next month.
As reported earlier, the move will bring all the university services in Sheridan together under one roof. Along with the extension office, that includes the Outreach Center and the Agricultural Experimental Station, which moved to the college two years ago.
Scott Hininger is the local extension educator. He said Sheridan will be the first community in the state to have all of the university's services available at one location. The extension offices have been in the Sheridan County Courthouse since about 1916.