Survey of the American Yard at Whitney Center Gallery

The Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts has a new exhibit for their gallery. Joshua White’s Photographic Survey of the American Yard opens tonight with an artist’s talk and a reception. Dr.

Swanson Named Executive Director of Advocacy and Resource Center

Yvonne Swanson has been named as the new Executive Director of Sheridan’s Advocacy and Resource Center. Swanson is set to start training for the role on November 26. On February 5, she will assume the role when current Executive Director Bonnie Young retires.

Dining For A Cause Benefits Salvation Army

On Monday, Frackelton’s Restaurant in Sheridan will host their next Dining for a Cause fundraiser and Sheridan’s Salvation Army will be the beneficiary.

Renewable Energy Assessment Project

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The Sheridan City Council will soon be considering awarding the bid for a consultant to perform an assessment on renewable energy. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Water Meter System Replacement Project Enters Second Phase

The first phase of the water meter system replacement project is complete, as Keystone Utility Systems has installed more than 1,200 new meters in the Big Horn, Big Goose, and Powder Horn areas.

Senator Enzi Challenges Fellow Senators

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming recently challenged members of the Senate Finance Committee to offer improvements rather than simply try to sink a tax reform proposal being offered by the GOP.

Wyoming News Update

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Kozy Korner Open House to be Monday

The Kozy Korner Gift Shop and Boutique at Sheridan Memorial Hospital will have its annual Christmas open house Monday.

Buffalo Chamber's Button Strut Saturday

Buffalo's fifth annual Button Strut will be happening this Saturday, a chance for shoppers to find treasures locally while saving money and giving themselves a chance to win some great gifts for themselves.

County OK's State Revision On Septic Regulations

Johnson County earlier this year adopted updated regulations concerning the permitting of small septic systems within the county, and sent them to the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for their review and approval.

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