Archive - Sep 11, 2018

SHS Press Box Named to Honor Activities Director

School District 2 trustees approved new name for press box at Sheridan High School's Homer Scott Field. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The press box at Sheridan High School's Homer Scott Field is now the Don & Jeannie Julian Press Box.

People Remember 9-11

Boot Hill, left, and Greg Luhman. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sept. 11, 2001 – 9-11 – seems to be one of those days that people vividly remember even now, well more than a decade after the event.

Ucross Foundation Gives Last Call for Spring 2019 Artist Residencies

October 1 is the last day applications be will be accepted by the Ucross Foundation for their Spring 2019 Artist Residency Program, says Tracy Kicut, Residency Manager.

Elk and Bison Informational Signs

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The City of Sheridan, in cooperation with the Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, recently installed informational signs below the Kendrick Park barn, detailing the history of the park’s captive elk and bison.

From left to right: Dan Kucera of SCSA, Steve Gage from City of Sheridan, Christina Schmidt and Tim Thomas from WGFD, Lane Thompson from city of Sheridan and Mike Kuzara of SCSA. (Photo courtesy of the G&F)

City, Spectrum Nearing New Franchise Agreement

The City of Buffalo and Charter Communications/Spectrum are in the process of negotiating a new franchise agreement, and City Attorney Ben Kirven told the city council at a recent meeting that if there were concerns with quality of services, he should be made aware of them so he can bring the issues up with the company during the negotiation process.

County To Hire Counsel In Texas Over Bankruptcy Filing

Tucker Ruby

Johnson County and a number of counties in Wyoming will hire outside counsel in Texas to represent them in a case filed by Vanguard Oil, a Texas-based energy company seeking bankruptcy protection.

Buffalo's Brews and Blues Happening Saturday

Mark Smith

Those who enjoy good beer, food, and music should be in Buffalo this weekend for “Brews and Blues.”

Silent, Solemn Ceremony Marks 17th Remembrance of 911

By noon, September 11, 2001, Americans are grieving the first of wave of nearly 3,000 dead … fellow Americans, first responders, airline crew and passengers, workers, bystanders -- who perish. The Pentagon’s Department of Defense is breached. The twin towers of the World Trade Center fall to dust.

UW Supplemental Budget Request

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees recently approved a supplemental budget request that will go before the Wyoming State Legislature during their General Session in January.

Chamber Lunch Program to Feature SEEDA

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will hold their September Luncheon on Wednesday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.