Archive - May 20, 2019

Fire Destroys House on Beaver Creek

Fire destroyed a home on Beaver Creek Road this past weekend.

Change Order Adds to Costs at Sagebrush

A change order could add up to $150,000 for modular units at Sagebrush Elementary School. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A change order in the contract for modular buildings at Sagebrush Elementary School could add as much as $150,000 to the costs for the buildings.

Shopko Closings are Opportunities for State & Communities to Re-Build Local Retail

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Some 13 cities and towns in Wyoming are reeling after the closure of one a main local business outlet.

Flooding Expected Throughout the Week

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The National Weather Service in Billings has issued a flood watch for portions of southeast Montana and North Central Wyoming, including Sheridan County.

Buffalo Council to Discuss Budget, Capital Improvements Plan

Buffalo Mayor Shane Shrader

The meeting of the Buffalo City Council Tuesday evening will feature a number of “housekeeping” items for them to discuss and work through, including an amendment to their current budget, the first reading of next year's budget, and the first reading of their five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP).

MisHap! Brewing Closes Doors 'Indefinitely'

MisHap! Brewing in Buffalo is closed and will remain so at least for the foreseeable future, according to a posting on the brewpub's Facebook page last week.

36th Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby This Weekend

The 36th annual Buffalo Lions Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby will be happening this Memorial Day Weekend at the lake 8 miles north of Buffalo.

Sheridan Law Officers Say 'Click It or Ticket'

With the Memorial Day holiday approaching, Sheridan County law enforcement has issued a reminder to all drivers to use their seat belts.

Report Concludes Coal Has Future Beyond Current Uses

A report spearheaded by Sheridan-based Ramaco Carbon has concluded that coal offers significant uses beyond its current uses as a feedstock to fuel power plants or to produce coke for making steel.