Archive - Mar 15, 2016

Chamber Announces Winners From Small Business Expo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has released the names of those who won prizes during last weekend's Small Business Expo at Buffalo's Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

Commission Approves Airport Master Plan, Fire District Expansion, Vacates Powder Horn Ranch Lot

The Sheridan County Commission approved the airport master plan this morning, during a regular monthly meeting, along with six more enlargements to the Tongue River Fire District and a vacation of a lot on the Powder Horn Ranch.

Tuesday 03-15-16

Sheridan Media
Irish Correspondent, Alfie Deehan / Celtic Sage

Wildlife Official Suggests Registering Boats, Now

Spring weather is here, so wildlife officials say now is the time to register boats and purchase AIS stickers.

Maintenance Projects Planned for Sheridan Airport

Several maintenance projects are in the works for the spring and summer at the county-owned airport in Sheridan.

Planning Commission Approves Subdivision and Rezone Request

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission recommended approval to the City Council a subdivision and rezone request that will allow for Greenhouse for Living to expand their facility on property located just east of their current facility in northwest Sheridan.

Wall-Raising Sponsored by Thrivent Financial is Saturday

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns recently received a $50,000 grant from Thrivent Financial of Sheridan to help build a home in Sheridan.

Spring track, soccer, golf, tennis and baseball get ready to launch

POST SEASON HIGH SCHOOL HOOP AWARDS - Class 4-A Wyoming high school basketball coaches have made their selections for all-conference and all-state teams those teams are expected to be announced either today or tomorrow Sheridan high school should be well represented on each team.

The only post season basketball award announced so far was the Wyoming girls Gatorade player of the year, that came out last Thursday as Lady Bronc Senior Robbi Ryan won the award for the 2nd consecutive year.

‘Step Up’ Grant Allows Alcohol Awareness Training

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A grant in the amount of $13,600 from the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association has allowed the University of Wyoming to begin training in a new bystander intervention program.

Frackelton's Hosts 'Cause' For Library

Frackelton's Manager Dave Youngren, left, and Nancy Elliott, a member of the Library Foundation board. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Update 9:00am Tuesday. $11,308.94 was raised Monday Evening.
Frackelton's was a busy place Monday as people came for lunch, dinner and a chance to support Sheridan's Fulmer Public Library.