Archive - May 9, 2019

School District 2 Proud of Budget Record

As the time approaches for school districts to adopt budgets for the year that starts on July 1, Sheridan County School District 2 takes pride in again having one of the strongest, most efficient budgets in the state of Wyoming.

Sheridan College to Award Honorary Degrees

Sheridan College will award honorary degrees to Mary Ellen McWilliams and the late Sen. John C. Schiffer during commencement exercises Saturday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Program Aims to Help People Connect with Congress

A program aimed at helping people connect in a meaningful way with members of Congress will be presented next week at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

Buffalo Council Sets 8 Mill Levy for Funding

The Buffalo City Council, during this week's meeting, passed a Resolution to set their mill levy for their general fund at 8 mills, the most the city can request.

Sheridan County Endorses Innovation Center Grant Application

An application to the Wyoming Business Council by the Sheridan Innovation Center for their pilot program was endorsed by the Sheridan County Commission at their meeting this week.

Johnson County Commissioner's Scholarships Awarded

Three students from Johnson County have been awarded first-year scholarships from the county commissioners to continue their educations at Wyoming community colleges or the University of Wyoming.

Game and Fish Expo in Casper

This weekend, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting their annual Outdoor Expo in Casper.

Chamber Lunch Programs Featured Tips To Give Customers What They Really Want

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their May luncheon on Wednesday and the program centered on how to make sure your customers are getting what they really want.

More County Residents Bring Trash to Landfill This Year

Of the just over 600 people who brought trash to Sheridan’s landfill on Trees for Trash day this year, just over 320 were county residents.