Sheridan County Year in Review: April through June

UW President Tom Buchanan, left; and Sheridan College President Paul Young announcing the sale of the Watt Ag building to UW. (Photo by Ron Richter)
UW President Tom Buchanan, left; and Sheridan College President Paul Young announcing the sale of the Watt Ag building to UW. (Photo by Ron Richter)

We continue our Sheridan County year in review series with a look back at some of the top stories for April through June. The Ucross Library and Museum was the site for an Arbor Day celebration that coupled as a birthday party for Ucross Founder Raymond Plank, who explains what inspired him to start the Ucross Foundation.

In May, officials with the University of Wyoming were at Sheridan College to announce the collaboration between the two colleges that included the $3.2 million sale of the Watt Agricultural Center to the university. UW President Tom Buchanan.

June was a pre-cursor to what was to be a very busy wildfire season in Northeast Wyoming as fire crews from both Johnson and Sheridan County battled the Cato fire and fire restrictions were placed on the Bighorn National Forest. Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastoch.

To view the full length versions of these stories and more, visit the news archive section.

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