Archive - Sep 25, 2017 - News

Open Doors at Ucross for Unplug Families

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The staff at the Ucross Foundation opened their gallery doors specifically for the Unplug families on Saturday for a special showing of their Fall exhibit, “The Universal Language of Birds” by Christian Baal.

This Week's Poll Question

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Exploring the question of discrimination, one has to wonder if discrimination is an issue to be reckoned with, especially in Wyoming, the Equality State,

Foundation Helps Meet Library Funding Needs

The Sheridan County Library Foundation has provided funds to make up for cuts to the county library system every year since 2013.

If I Had My Life to Live Over...

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This is a serious topic. If you had your life to live over, how would you live it?

It seemed appropriate that I started to write this column on the longest day of the year – June 20, 2017. It has taken me a few months to finish it.

Sheridan Travel and Tourism Winter Outlook

Although it is only the end of September, it’s never to early to start looking ahead.

Sheridan County YMCA AARP Partnership

The Sheridan County YMCA offers many different membership options for those in the community to choose from.

Sheriff’s Moving Toward No External Light Bars on Vehicles

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is moving toward having no external light bars on the top of their trucks.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

COLORADO HYPERLOOP

DENVER (AP) — Colorado's dream of a futuristic transportation system that would move passengers and freight at speeds of nearly 700 mph using a pod and tube system is estimated to cost about $24 billion to build.

Cool, Wet Weekend Weather 'Perfect' For Chili Contest

This weekend's cold and rainy wether was perfect for eating chili, and holding a chili contest, according to Lois Yoakum, Public Relations and Marketing Director for the Buffalo Senior Center.

Buffalo Council Discusses Lobban Project With Engineer

Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project is nearly complete, but still awaiting final work to be completed which has yet to begin, according to discussions between the city council and Project Engineer Brent Bennett during the last council meeting.