Archive - Jun 11, 2019

Wiener Dogs Run at Black Tooth

Crowds gathered at Black Tooth Brewing Company to watch the wiener dogs run Tuesday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Crowds lined the stands on both sides of the course to watch the seventh annual Wiener Dog Races Tuesday night.

SkyWest Interested in Long-Term Partnership

SkyWest Airline's Greg Atkin, left, said the company is interested in a long-term partnership with Wyoming. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A representative of SkyWest Airlines said the company is interested in a long-term partnership with Wyoming in a presentation to city and county officials, state legislators and members of CAST Tuesday night.

Ucross Names Visual Arts Fellowship Winner

Luzene Hill, a multimedia artist known for her socially engaged conceptual installations and performances, has been awarded the fall 2019 Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists.

WYDOT Outlines STIP Projects for 2019 to 2025

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) recently gave their annual report to the Buffalo City Council, giving them their State Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP) projects through 2025, including one on Buffalo's Main Street in that time frame.

Contract For Professional Services Approved By County

Renee Obermueller

An existing contract for professional services with Wenck Associates, Inc. concerning the Goose Creek Flood Notification System was renewed by the Sheridan County Commission with slight changes to the agreement.

Upcoming 'Hike For Hope' For Suicide Prevention

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is sponsoring the fifth annual “Hike For Hope” in Buffalo on Sunday, June 23rd, and are asking for those interested to participate in the event.

Bull Snake Causes Thousands to Lose Power in Sheridan County

On Tuesday, at about 12:45pm thousands of Montana-Dakota Utilities Customers lost power in Sheridan, Ranchester, and Dayton.

Sheridan Media Brings Home 7 Awards from WAB Conference

Over the weekend, the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters held their Annual Conference and Awards Banquet in Green River. Sheridan Media received 7 large market radio awards at this years gathering including Wyoming Radio Station of the Year for AM-1410 106.9 FM KWYO.

Chamber Lunch Set for Wednesday

On Wednesday, the Sheridan Holiday Inn will be the venue for the June Luncheon of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

ABF Receives 5-Year Special Use Permit

Courtesy Photo

The United State Forest Service has granted a 5-year Ski Area Term Special Use Permit to the Antelope Butte Foundation.