Library Board Approves Draft Capital Project Document

A draft document prioritizing about $3.8 million in projects for Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library won approval of Sheridan County Public Library trustees Wednesday night.

Ranchester Council Renews Liquor Licenses

Ranchester's town council renewed liquor licenses and named depositories for the town's funds in a meeting this week.

Kinskey Talks Change of Party Bill

Local Senator Bo Biteman’s bill on changing political party affiliation has been introduced and is currently being worked on in the Corporations Committee.

Jennings Says Session Started Slow but Picking Up Steam

With a little over a week under their belts, the 65th Wyoming Legislature continues work during the 2019 General Session.

Alumnight at Golden Dome Features Drawing for Denver Nuggets Tickets

Sheridan College will host Alumnight at the Golden Dome on January 23 during the men’s and women’s basketball games against Gillette College. The women’s game starts at 5:30 p.m. and the men’s game begins at 7:30 p.m.

Skyline Singers to Debut as New Whitney Center for the Arts Ensemble

The Whitney Center for the Arts’ newest ensemble-in-residence, the Skyline Singers, will make their debut on January 26 at 7:00 p.m. in Kinnison Hall. Directed by Dr.

UW Planetarium to Host Viewing of Total Lunar Eclipse Jan. 20

The University of Wyoming community and the public can view a rare treat -- a total lunar eclipse -- from the rooftop of the UW Physical Sciences Building Sunday, Jan. 20. The rooftop will open at 8:30 p.m., with the viewing from 9:45-10:45 p.m. Rooftop capacity is 25 at any one time.

City Ponders Fee Increase at Golf Course

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The existing fees at the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course have been in place since 2013 and were last raised the year prior at a 5 percent increase.

City Capital Improvement Program

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The City of Sheridan Capital Improvement Program was established in 2006 and serves as a blueprint for allocating funds, promoting responsible spending and allowing for the proper planning for leveraging loans to successfully complete capital improvement projects. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan County Gives Notice of Intent to Amend Rules and Regulations

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The Sheridan County Commissioners have given notice their intent to amend the rules and regulations governing the licensing of liquor sales in Sheridan County.

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