Archive - Apr 26, 2018 - News

West Takes Job With Ag in the Classroom

After nine years as development director for The Hub on Smith Street, Rindy West is leaving to accept a position as development director for Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom.

3D Printing Has 'Dark Side'

The emerging technology of 3D printing – also called additive manufacturing – is very, very good, according to Jim Spracklen.

Williams Approved For Appointment To Weed & Pest District

Larry Smith of Kaycee has resigned his seat on the County Weed & Pest District Board, and the Johnson County Commissioners have appointed a new board member to finish his term.

Occidental Museum Makes Pitch For One-Percent Funds

The Occidental Hotel Museum is seeking one-percent funds from both the city and county, and the museum director discussed the matter with the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

Mill Levy, License Renewals Approved By Hospital Board

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center met for their regular April meeting Wednesday night, and acted on a mill levy request, license renewals for the facility, and discussed the upcoming Wyoming Hospital Association's training event.

Sheridan a Nominee for Best Small Town Award

Sheridan is one of 20 small towns in the U.S. that have been nominated for USA Today magazine's Best Small Town Cultural Scene award.

UW Chef Mathew Branson Wins Silver Medal in Regional Culinary Challenge

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University of Wyoming Washakie Dining Center Chef Mathew Branson won a silver medal (third place) during the regional National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) Culinary Challenge last month.

Sheridan Rec District Adult Softball Registration

Dust off your gloves and dig your bats out of the garage because registration for the 2018 Sheridan Recreation District Adult Softball Leagues are happening now.

Public Meeting at the Game and Fish Sheridan Office

On Monday, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Regional Office in Sheridan will host a meeting for the public.

Commissioners Talk Fuels Mitigation Workshop

In June, Sheridan County residents will have a chance to participate in a Fuels Mitigation Workshop presented by State Forestry, local fire districts, and the County.