Archive - May 3, 2016

Student Found Deceased on Sheridan College Campus

At around 3pm on Monday, an unresponsive student body was discovered on campus by housing officials. Campus Police were notified and responded where they found Rondo Biggs, a full time student, had passed away in his dorm room.

Meeting Shows Opposition To Fluoride In Buffalo's Water

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

A public forum held Monday evening in Buffalo to discuss the possibility of fluoridating Buffalo's municipal water showed those attending were predominantly against the idea, but open to looking into alternatives to help with the oral health of the county.

Buffalo Council OKs Nelson Engineering On Lobban Project

Brent Bennett

Buffalo's City Council discussed and approved Nelson Engineering of Buffalo to perform project administration and inspection services on the upcoming Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project, set to begin in mid-May and finish in November of this year.

County OK's Maintenance Contract For Bomber Mt. Generator

Marilyn Connolly

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly brought a contract for maintenance services on the recently-purchased backup generator at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center for the Johnson County Commissioners to review.

Twin M Celebrates With Ribbon-Cutting

Twin M celebrates store remodel with ribbon-cutting. (Courtesy photo)

After several months with their windows covered at the corner of Main and Grinnell, Twin M Designs celebrated their newly remodeled store with a Grand Re-Opening and ribbon cutting with the Chamber Ambassadors.

Commissioners Consider Quarry Permit Renewals

Sheridan County Commissiners Mike Nickel, left, and Bob Rolston (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Four quarry permit renewals were considered by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. All but one, the JC Ranch Quarry, passed with little or no discussion.

Carriage House to Host Small Stage Concert Series

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The Trail End Guilds, Inc., in conjunction with the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild and the Trail End Historic Site, is drawing the curtains open on a favorite stage for small groups and solo performers: the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Commissioners Award Three Scholarships

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Every year, the Sheridan County Commission, through the University of Wyoming, offers three $1,000 scholarships that are available to graduates within Sheridan County.

UPDATE: One Dead Another Injured in House Fire

Update 9:12pm 5/4/16
The Sheridan County Coroner's Office has confirmed that Joshua Davis passed away in the house fire on West Loucks early Tuesday morning, due to smoke inhalation.

Tuesday 05-03-16

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