Archive - Mar 23, 2016

Grace Mills

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Funeral services for Grace Mills, 96 year old Buffalo resident who passed away Monday evening at the Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Sheridan, Wyoming, will be held Saturday March 26th at 4:00 p.m. at the Harness Funeral Home with Reverend Frank Mills officiating. A private family interment will follow the funeral. Donations in Mrs.

Wednesday 03-23-16

"The Producers" / Girl Scouts

Construction and Demolition Trial Program Nears End

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In May of 2014, the Sheridan City Council approved a two-year trial program that changed the fees for construction and demolition materials brought to the landfill for disposal.

Work Starts Soon on West Fifth, North Interchange Projects

Spokeswoman Ronda Holwell from the Wyoming Department of Transportation regional office in Sheridan gave us a project update during a recent interview.

Downtown Economic Development Campaign

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Last October, the Sheridan City Council allocated $60,000 to the Downtown Development Campaign, which is an initiative through the Downtown Sheridan Association that offers incentives to building owners in the downtown area to make improvements to their buildings.

Disabilities Awareness Walk is Saturday

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RENEW of Sheridan will once again host the Walk for Disabilities Awareness this Saturday in honor of March being Disabilities Awareness Month. RENEW CEO Chris Ahlstrom.

Bronc / Lady Bronc track at Casper Thursday / SHS Soccer opening day is tomorrow / Update on the new locker room and training facility at SHS

BRONC / LADY BRONC TRACK AND FIELD - The Bronc and Lady Bronc track teams have their next meet in Casper tomorrow.

Head coach Taylor Keltting says the performance at the first meet was outstanding.

And he says with their next meet tomorrow in Casper they are right on schedule to have a very good season.

Brinton Museum Hosts Program for School Children

Artist/illustrator Victor Juhasz is talking about himself and how he got started as an artist, and drawing caricatures of himself, students and teachers during a series of presentations this week at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn.

Kinner Says He Feels 'Okay' With Legislative Session

Sheridan County's newest state representative, Mark Kinner, said he doesn't feel “good” about the legislative session recently ended, but he does feel “okay” with what happened.

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