On Saturday night, both men’s restrooms in Sheridan’s Kendrick Park were vandalized with graffiti. According to Sheridan Police Department’s Lt. Travis Koltiska, Kendrick Park was not the only place that was tagged.
During his report to the Buffalo City Council last week, City Works Director Les Hook announced that at some point in the meeting, Tie Hack Reservoir would “probably over-top and start spilling again,” saying the reservoir had gained about 30 feet of water during the last few weeks of rains.
On Saturday, a Peterbilt commercial truck towing a trailer crashed into two separate propane tanks and a storage shed resulting in a fire. The crash closed Wyoming State Highway 51 east of Gillette for an extended period and the crash resulted in the death of the trucks driver.
On Monday, two of the candidates for the three seats available on the Sheridan City Council stopped by our news talk show public pulse. Current City Councilman Thayer Shafer was the first to talk about his history in Sheridan.