Archive - Apr 9, 2018

Land Trust Recipient of Dining for a Cause

UPDATE: The total amount raised for the Sheridan Community Land trust was $12,717.98.

Conservation District Looking at Budget Increase

The Sheridan County Conservation District is looking at an increased budget in the year that starts on July 1.

Beaver: Fire Board Doesn't Legally Exist

Sheridan County's fire board legally doesn't exist. That's according to Deputy County Attorney Clint Beaver, who made the announcement at Monday's meeting of Sheridan County commissioners with staff.

North Main Closed

North Main Street has been closed from south of McDonald's to Interstate 90, and drivers are being asked to stay away from the area.

Structure Fire on Kingfisher Avenue

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Crews with Sheridan Fire-Rescue, Goose Valley Volunteer Fire Department, the Sheridan Police Department and Rocky Mountain Ambulance responded to a structure fire at approximately 10:11 Sunday morning at 597 Kingfisher Avenue.

Chamber Lunch at the Best Western Sheridan Center

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon is set for Wednesday and it will be held at a new location, the Best Western Sheridan Center.

Monday 04-09-18

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce / Local Counselor Lynn Gordon

UW Trustees Join Educators Rising Network

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees recently joined Educators Rising Network as part of their Education Initiative.

Casual Conversations in History Set for Wednesday

Each month the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum presents a number of regular programs. One of these programs, Casual Conversations in History Led by Helen Laumann, is set for Wednesday.

Retired UW Researcher Contributes to State’s 100 Most Significant Sites, Buildings Website

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The Wyoming Territorial Prison is among five Laramie sites listed in Wyoming’s 100 most significant historical buildings and sites. Mary Humstone, a retired UW research scientist in American studies, compiled the list for Archipedia, a website created by the Society of Architectural Historians.