Police, Fire, Municipal Court, All Have Reduced Budgets

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CIty of Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens

Friday's Sheridan City Council budget work session included reports from the Police and Fire Departments, as well as Municipal Court.

Johnson County Seniors Graduate This Weekend

Johnson County high school seniors will wrap up their high school careers with their graduation exercises this weekend at both Kaycee and Buffalo High Schools.

Local Mom Needs Funds For Surgery

The T-Rex Museum in Ranchester is hosting a benefit for Natasha Sharp today from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Both Sheridan High School Soccer Teams Reach State Championship Finals.

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Sheridan High School soccer teams met with success today as they both claimed victories to reach the State Championship Finals to be played on Saturday. The Broncs beat Laramie 1-0 and will go on to play Kelly Walsh for the crown.

Free Pet Spay/Neuter Event Underway

A dog is spayed at the Fair Ground Exhibit Hall this morning. Both cats and dogs can be spayed or neutered free of charge this weekend, thanks to a grant secured by the Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
A Volunteer helps a kitten wake up from anesthesia this morning. This community-wide free spay/neuter event is sponosored by the Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue and will continue tomorrow. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue still has available slots for cats to be spayed or neutered free of charge.

Construction Cam Lets People Watch Progress of Academic Center

The Sheridan College construction cam at work. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College Construction Cam)

Last week the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new 53,000 square foot Edward A. Whitney Academic Center took place on the campus of Sheridan College. Now people can actually watch the progression of the project via the Internet.

Two Presidents Discuss Partnership

UW President Tom Buchanan, left, and Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young talk about the collaboration between the two schools.

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.

NWCCD Trustees Approve Sale of Ag Building to UW

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

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.

US Bank to Host Trees for Trash Drop Site

The parking lot adjacent to US Bank in Sheridan will be the second location for Saturday's annual Trees for Trash event.

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.

SCSD#2 Endorses Healthy Classroom Rewards

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