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Several New Programs Possibly Coming to Sheridan College

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Dr. Jon Connolly

The Northern Wyoming Community College District recently approved a request from Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Jon Connolly for a number of new programs.

Post Office Offers Early Out for Postmasters

Earlier this week, we reported the U.S. Postal Service is cutting hours of many small-town offices, which may cause some employees to loose full-time status, and therefore, their federal benefits.

Veterans' Tax Exemption Deadline Extended to Tuesday

Veterans in Sheridan County still have time to register at the County Assessor's Office to get a tax break on either their property or vehicle taxes.

Tree Planted Thursday In Memory Of Bruce Hepp

Members of the Hepp family attend the ceremonies Thursday.

Members of the Hepp family, representatives of the Buffalo Tree Board and the City of Buffalo were in attendance for a tree planting ceremony Thursday in memory of former Buffalo Mayor and Councilman Bruce Hepp.

Buffalo City Attorney On Wastewater Plant Issue

At the last city council meeting, Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven
gave the council an update on the wastewater treatment plant and the dispute between the city and the contractor, Hydro Construction, that built the facility.

Buffalo City Planner After Funding From Business Council

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

City Planner Zach Montgomery was in Pinedale on Thursday to try to gain funding approval for two projects from the Wyoming Business Council (WBC) at their board meeting.

Buffalo's Creekside Clubhouse Grand Opening Saturday

The Creekside Clubhouse and Greens putt-putt golf and more will have their Grand Opening this Saturday with festivities beginning at noon.

Food Bank Drive This Weekend

The People Assistance Food Bank will be staked outside of Sheridan's major grocery stores today, tomorrow and Monday for their annual Memorial Day food drive.

Changes to the Board

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The Historic Sheridan Inn

In early April of this year, the Sheridan Heritage Center announced that the Historic Sheridan Inn was in financial trouble due to the fact the the Heritage Center could not keep up on the monthly loan payments.

One-Cent Recipients Round Three

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One-Cent Recipients Round Three

Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session consisted of an update from Sheridan Travel and Tourism and presentations from the last batch of non-profits requesting optional one-cent funds from the City.