College Plans Expansion of Culinary Arts

Among the projects that would be funded under the budget that's been recommended by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is expansion and renovation of Sheridan College's culinary arts facilities.

New Year's Baby Arrives at Sheridan Memorial

The first baby of the new year arrived at Sheridan Memorial Hospital at 9:11 a.m. New Year's Day.

Young: Governor's Budget Recommendations 'Helpful

Governor Matt Mead's budget recommendations will help Wyoming's community colleges, and especially Sheridan College.

Sheridan County Officials Sworn Into Office

Sheridan County's elected officials were sworn into their respective offices during a brief ceremony Wednesday morning.

Sheridan County Dissolves Big Horn Water District

Sheridan County's Commissioners voted to dissolve the Big Horn Water District, an organization that has sat stagnant for a number of years,

Building Inspector Gives Reminders For New Year

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades had no report for the city council at their meeting Tuesday night, but did have some reminders for city residents to keep in mind for the new year.

Council Provides Support for Social Agencies

Those who provide services for others can find resources and support from Sheridan County's Council of Social Agencies, a group that meets at The Hub on Smith Street.

Get Lit for The Holidays Photo Winner

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Congratulations to Vikki Welch. She was our big winner in the Montana Dakota Utilities & Sheridan County Title "Get Lit for the Holidays" Photo Contest. Vikki received a $500 gift card to Sheridan Commercial Company!

Sheridan Commission Ratifies Agreement For Bore Crossing

The Sheridan County Commission ratified an agreement for a bored crossing of a county road for the installation of a water line from the water main into a private lot for residential water use.

Big Horn Mountain Festival Canceled For 2019

The organizers of the Big Horn Mountain Festival have announced that they have decided to cancel the annual music festival for the upcoming summer of 2019.

Internet Tax Revenues

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In June, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that individual states can collect sales taxes from online retailers, even if that retailer isn’t located within the state that its doing business in.

New South Gillette Game Warden

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region announced that Levi Wood is now the South Gillette Game Warden.

The Hub Greets New Year Early

Partiers at The Hub on Smith Street greeted the New Year with a ginger ale toast and a rendition of “Auld Lang Syne” at noon Monday.

Biteman Talks Con Law, Game and Fish Bills

Next week, the 65th Wyoming Legislature will convien for the 2019 General Session in Cheyenne. Local Senator for District 21 Bo Biteman recently stopped by our news talk show Public Pulse, to chat about some of the bills he is bringing for the session.

Sheridan Commission Ratifies Agreement For Sand, Gravel

Sheridan County's Commissioners have approved and ratified and agreement between the county and F Lazy Y Ranch, LLC for the county to purchase and remove soil, sand and gravel material, and for staging of construction material and equipment on property owned by the ranch.

Three Local Projects in Supplemental Budget

Funds for three projects in Sheridan are included in the supplemental budget that legislators will be asked to consider in their upcoming session.

Contract Approved for Solid Waste Rate Study and Financial Plan Update

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A professional services agreement establishing the contract terms, scope of work, fee, and project schedule for the City of Sheridan Solid Waste Rate Study and Financial Plan Update was recently adopted by the Sheridan City Council.

Sportsmen's Association Holds Trap Shoot

Shooters are invited to grab their shotguns and shells and head to the Sheridan County Sportsmen's Association gun club on Keystone Road on Monday.

School District 1 Plans TRHS Boiler Conversion

Among the projects in Sheridan County School District 1's five-year facilities plan is the conversion of boilers at Tongue River High School to use natural gas.

Kinner: CREG Report Encouraging

State Rep. Mark Kinner said the most recent CREG report holds encouraging news for Wyoming.