Archive - May 26, 2017

EQC Hearing Recessed Until Next Month

After hearing four hours of testimony Friday, the Environmental Quality Council has recessed its meeting in Sheridan until next month.

Wyoming’s Women Homesteaders Program Set for Tuesday at Fulmer Library

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will present their final program of the month on Tuesday in the Inner Circle. Programming Coordinator Christina Schmidt said the program will feature the history of Women Homesteaders in the state.

Wyoming and Chancey Williams to be Featured on BBC in the Fall

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Wyoming partnered with Brand USA to bring BBC Global in to film the state over the past week. Their footage will be used for a vignette that will feature U.S. artists including Wyoming’s Chancey Williams.

SEEDA Board Approves Grant Work to Start on Vacutech Expansion

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board approved work to start on a grant application that would expand Sheridan’s Vacutech. City Planning Director Robert Briggs.

Should People who post poll comments be required to use their real names?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
64% (346 votes)
No
32% (174 votes)
Undecided
4% (21 votes)
Total votes: 541

County High School Rodeo is This Weekend

Nearly 200 high school students from across Wyoming will be in Sheridan this weekend for the annual High School Rodeo.

Art Gallery Exhibit Starts June 2

An exhibit of art by local graphite artist Polly Burge will open next week at Expressions Art Gallery & Framing, which is at 645 Broadway in Sheridan.

Troopers Play Four in Gillette Through the Weekend / Phils Cool off the Rockies / Sheridan County HS Rodeo is Sunday and Monday

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 8-6 overall on the season and will play at a tournament in Gillette for the memorial day weekend they open tonight against Gillette and will also play Jackson, Rapid City Post 320 and Rock Springs,

The Troops are coming off winning three out of four road games in Billings Head coach Ben Phillips.

Buffalo Passes First Read Of Liquor Law Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council has passes its first reading of the new liquor ordinance, which will amend the city code affecting licensing and enforcement and will have two more readings before it takes effect.