Archive - Jun 5, 2019

County Hosts Open House on Comprehensive Plan

Draft maps and goals will be presented to the public at an open house for the county comprehensive plan next week.

An open house will be held next week so Sheridan County residents can review and comment on draft goals and maps of the county comprehensive plan that's now being updated.

Behavior Can Make You Target for Scammer

A retired Campbell County law enforcement officer says there are seven behaviors that can make you a target for scammers. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Peoples' behavior, and their attitudes, can make them targets for scammers.

Fire Department Responds to Three Grass Fires in Two Days

Sheridan firefighters have responded recently go three grass fires in two days. (Courtesy photo)

Sheridan Fire-Rescue has responded to three exterior grass-type fires over a two-day period within Sheridan city limits.

Buffalo Council Approves Budget's Second Reading

The Buffalo City Council approved Resolution No. 1400, adopting the annual budget for fiscal year 2020 on second reading, with a change in the amount of the budget.

Sheridan County Accepts Grant For Compass Center Renovations

The Sheridan County Commission has accepted a Community Development Block Grant agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Business Council.

BHS FBLA Students Featured at Chamber Lunch

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will have the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students from Buffalo High School.

Chuck Deaver

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“Chuck” Deaver passed from this world and into the arms of his Lord, peacefully on May 23, 2019, at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Sheridan, WY from complications of COPD. He was surrounded by his loving wife and family. He was born in Minneapolis, MN, March 29, 1942 to Harry G. Deaver, Jr. and Virginia Wollman Deaver, the eldest of four children.

Budget Ordinance Passes Second Reading in Ranchester

Ranchester's town council gave second-reading approval to an ordinance adopting a budget of just over $1.4 million for the fiscal year that starts on July 1.

Wyoming Judge Weighs Process Arguments in New Coal Mine Case

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A judge in Wyoming is considering whether state officials followed a legitimate review process before they rejected a permit application for a new coal mine in Sheridan County.

Wednesday 06-05-19

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