Archive - Sep 11, 2019

Trustees to Make Counter-Offer for Sale of Spear-O

College district trustees voted to make a counter-offer on the Spear-O Wigwam property the district is seeking to sell. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Following an executive session, trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District voted Wednesday night to make a counter-offer for the sale of the Spear-O Wigwam.

Wyoming Business Council Meets in Sheridan

The Wyoming Business Council board of directors will meet Wednesday and Thursday in Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Wyoming Business Council board of directors convened the first of two days of meetings Wednesday in the Thorne-Rider Campus Center at Sheridan College.

YMCA Aquatics Center Nearing Completion

Liz Cassiday

The new aquatics center at the Sheridan County YMCA is nearing completion and scheduled to open early next year, which will finish the process that began with fundraising and design work a few years ago.

Metaphysical Fair Saturday in Buffalo

Buffalo will have a new experience this weekend as the first Metaphysical Fair will be offered at Crazy Woman Square.

Holy Name Students Attend Remembrance

50 students of Holy Name School attended Wednesday's ceremony remembering 9-11. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Among those attending the remembrance ceremonies at Sheridan's fire station Wednesday morning were 50 students from Holy Name School.

Mt. Meadow Wool Scheduled for Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon for September will be next Wednesday and will feature Buffalo's Mountain Meadow Wool Mill.

Sheridan College to Celebrate Whitney Days

Sheridan College will celebrate the second annual Whitney Days next week to honor Edward A. Whitney and his legacy of support of higher education in Sheridan County.

Wyoming Chamber’s Health Benefit Plan Subject of Monthly Luncheon

Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their monthly lunch with a program that focused on the topic of the Wyoming Chamber’s Health Benefit Plan.

Clifford Kimble

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Clifford Kimble was born on February 15, 1926, in Big Horn, WY to Glenn E and Mary Connolly Kimble, the fourth of six children. His family homesteaded west of Clearmont, WY and he attended school in Clearmont. He was married to Jean Hawkey Kimble on May 15, 1944, and left for WWII service on May 19, 1944, in the Army Air Corps. He was discharged as a Sergeant on May 14, 1946.

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