Proposed City Management of SAWS Raises Concerns

During a recent Public Pulse show, Sheridan Media’s Kim Love questioned the necessity of maintaining the management of the Sheridan Area Water Supply system, known as SAWS, with a joint powers board of city and county officials, since it’s been proposed to be handed over to the city.

Wyoming Park Project Complete

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A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Thursday in Sheridan for a project that has taken several years to complete. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Wyoming Delegation Explores Coal Opportunities With China

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According to the director of the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources, progress is being made in advancing clean coal technologies with China.

Season-Ending Farmers Market

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Thursday was the final weekly Farmers Market held on Grinnell Plaza. For some it’s a relief to be done with all the hard work, others feel a sense of sadness for the market to be done.

Police Officer Says Several People Saw Sheridan's Bear

Police officer says several people saw Sheridan’s bear. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

‘Dining for a Cause’ Raises Money to Feed Children

After taking a break over the summer, the Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton’s Restaurant in Sheridan is back.This time around to benefit The Food Group, which prepares weekend food packages for more than 400 students each week.

Carnival Funds Help Educate Children

As we reported earlier this week, Holy Name School in Sheridan will hold the 80th annual Carnival and Chili Supper on Saturday.

Farm to School Workshop Provides Food for Thought

Area residents who attended a workshop at Holy Name School this week observed how to cut a chicken and slice vegetables, discovered the benefits of locally grown foods and learned about the nutritional benefits of the Asian-style salad they were served for dinner.

Final Invoice Issued On Crazy Woman Square Sculptures

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her recent report to the city council, announced she had issued the final invoice on the dog and sheep sculptures and plaque recently installed in Crazy Woman Square.

Deer Survey Determines Kill Number for Sheridan

In talking about deer management for the city of Sheridan over the past few weeks, the question came up as to who sets the quota for the animals to be killed within city limits.