Archive - Sep 12, 2018

SEEDA Contributes to Sheridan Success

From left, Robert Briggs, SEEDA Chairman Ken Thorpe and Chamber President Travis Evans. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan now has hundreds of light manufacturing jobs that didn't exist 15 years ago, according to State Sen. Dave Kinskey, and part of Sheridan's success is due to SEEDA.

JCHC Struggling To Find CNAs, Financials Improving

Nicole Hobbs

The Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo continues to struggle to finding Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), which is one of the reasons CEO/Administrator Nicole Hobbs is concerned with a proposed veteran's skilled nursing facility in Buffalo.

Garage Sale Signs An Issue In Buffalo

Garage sale and other signs posted on light poles and left there have become a problem in the City of Buffalo, and City Building Inspector Toby Rhoads said he has received a number of complaints from residents about the issue.

Business Council Recommends Funding For Buffalo's Tech Park

The Wyoming Business Council met for their quarterly meeting September 6th in Cody, and recommended funding for six Business Ready Community Grants, including one for the tech park for the City of Buffalo.

Steven Sharp

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Steven Dean Sharp passed away on September 1, 2018 at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. He was born in Sheridan on June 14, 1954 to Roy Marion and Margaret Marie Sharp. Steve attended Sheridan schools K-12 and also attended Sheridan College. Soon after graduating high school, he started working in the oil fields around Casper. He quickly worked his way up to a Geologist on the rigs.

New Look Citizens Academy Launches Saturday

The Sheridan Police Department will launch their new look Citizens Police Academy on Saturday and the public is invited to attend. Sheridan Police Lt. Travis Koltiska explains the changes to the Academy.

Wednesday 09-12-18

Wyoming Game and Fish Department / Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns

Art Alley in Sheridan

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A number of local groups in Sheridan have collaborated for a special event Thursday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City Eyeing Computer Replacements

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The City of Sheridan computer replacement plan was initially established and approved in fiscal year 2014 as part of a 4-year replacement schedule.

Lady Bronc Volleyball Takes on Thunder and Campbell / Bronc Football Back at Home Friday / Cowboy Football Hosts Wafford

VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team will play at Thunder Basin Friday night and host Campbell county Saturday the varsity match is set for noon.

The Lady Broncs dropped their conference opener against Casper Natrona the match went five set and Head coach Eric Frey says it was a great match and they played pretty well.