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College Board Accepts Sheridan Ice

Sheridan College President Paul Young, far left, speaking during board meeting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Northern Wyoming Community College trustees accepted the gift of Sheridan Ice LLC on Wednesday night, then turned the property over to Sheridan On Skates, the non-profit organization that currently manages the outdoor facility.

Absentee Voting for General Election Begins Next Week

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield joins the National Association of Secretaries of State in reminding citizens that September is National Voter Registration Month.

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Council OKs Lease Of Archery Building With Stipulations

Buffalo's City Council approved a lease agreement with the Johnson County Family YMCA for them to use the city-owned archery building near the outdoor pool, contingent upon the YMCA helping to find new homes for the current users of that building.

Buffalo and KBJ Board Applied For Planning Grants

A map of proposed area for Technology park. A larger scale version is available below.Photo provided by Lynn Barrett

Officials with the Wyoming Business Council have recommended the Kaycee-Buffalo-Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board and the City of Buffalo apply for two planning grants.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 18, 1914

There will be no more street paving in Sheridan this year.

Sheridan Library Board Trustees Discuss Theft, Lewis Street

The Sheridan County Public Library Board of Trustees had
their regular meeting tonight to discuss the Lewis Street Construction project, putting cameras in Fulmer Public Library's Wyoming Room, and how to allocate $40,000 in grants and donations, among other issues.

Sheridan College Hosts Reading of Constitution

Attendees at Sheridan College's Constitution Day event (Photo by Pat Blair)
College English teacher David Golden (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than a dozen people gathered in Sheridan College's new Thorne-Rider Campus Center on Wednesday afternoon to hear a reading of the United States Constitution.

Fifth Street Meeting Draws Small Crowd

Fifth Street plans, looking west. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sheridan Mayor John Heath, left, was among those at the open house. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Open house visitors check out Fifth Street maps. (Photo by Pat Blair)

An open house held this week for the unveiling of plans for reconstruction of West Fifth Street in Sheridan was sparsely attended.

South Park Gets Weed Treatment

Sheridan's Recreation District is trimming South Park and treating the 30-acre area for weeds.