Buffalo Planner Reports CUP, New Home Starts, Permits

During his report to the Planning Commission, Buffalo Planner, Toby Rhoads updated them on what has been going onin his department over the summer.

Wyoming Public Lands Day Celebration

Saturday morning began with steady rain showers that showed no signs of letting up. However, the Public Lands Day celebration went on as planned. Shannon Anderson, a representative of the Powder River Basin Resource Council, helped organize the program.

Commission Chairman Talks Air Service Status

In a little over three months, the Sheridan County Airport will have a new commercial air service provider as Denver Air Connection’s last flights will take place in January.

SEEDA Board Approves Kennon Facility Design

The schematic design for an expanded building for Kennon Products in the Sheridan High-Tech Park received approval from the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority board earlier this week.

Tongue River Elementary Seeks to Spread Message of Kindness

The faculty, staff and administrators of Tongue River Elementary School want students to know that academics are important – but kindness is even more important.

JCHC Director of Homecare Gives Resignation

Shanda Rodriguez, Director of Homecare at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, announced to the hospital board of trustees that she had given her resignation to CEO Sean McCallister on Monday of this week.

Meet the New Director of SAGE: Kendra Heimbuck

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SAGE in Sheridan has a new executive director. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Weatherby Given Okay to Reinforce Floor

Weatherby has been given approval to reinforce the floor in the facility in Sheridan's High-Tech Park so that the floor can bear additional weight.

New Computer Science Requirements Won't be Stretch for District 2

Sheridan County School District 2 might need to make some minor tweaks and additions, but a state requirement that all Wyoming school districts provide computer instruction in grades k through 12 by 2023 won't be a stretch for the district.

Buffalo's Dump Draw Project 'Essentially Complete'

The City of Buffalo's Dump Draw Detention Pond Project is essentially complete, after the city released just over $45,000 in retainage to Barnum Construction this month.

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