Archive - Sep 2019

September 24th

Sexton Fundraiser Friday in Buffalo

A benefit for a Buffalo family facing substantial medical bills will be this Friday at Summit Church in Buffalo.

Buffalo Annexation Ordinance Passes Second Stage

An Ordinance that will change how annexations are done in the City of Buffalo has passed a second reading and will take effect with a third reading expected next week.

County Fourth Graders Attend Ag Expo

Hundreds of fourth graders from across Sheridan County attended the ag expo at the fairgrounds Tuesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Hundreds of fourth graders from all three of Sheridan County's school districts went to the Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Tuesday for the ag expo hosted by the Sheridan County CattleWomen.

Sheridan Hospital Continues Receiving Patients from Gillette

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has been receiving patients from Gillette since this past weekend when a Ransomware attack shut down the hospital in Campbell County.

Lena Buckley

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Lena Ruth James Buckley, 91 went to be with the “Good Lord” Monday, September 23rd, 2019. Born September 30th, 1927 to Edward and Edna James she had two brothers Ted and EJ. During the depression they were sent to her grandparents’ James and Lena Braddock’s farm. Their only entertainment was listening to Grandmother read the Bible by kerosene lamp.

Tuesday 09-24-19

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Johnny Gilstad

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Johnny H. Gilstad, 52, formerly of Sheridan, now of Gillette, passed away on Sunday, September 22, 2019, in a motorcycle accident.

Online condolences may be written at www.kanefuneral.com.
Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.

Ramaco Receives Millions in Federal Funding

The United States Department of Energy has awarded Sheridan’s Ramaco Carbon millions of dollars in new federal grants to support the creation of high-value alternative uses for coal in developing both advanced carbon products and materials.

Special Council Meeting on Special Election

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The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday to discuss the status of a possible special election regarding Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Chamber Releases Schedule of Manufacturing Day Events

PJ Treide, owner of Bighorn Design Studio, shows participants on the 2018 Manufacturing Day tour how the business makes shirts. (Courtesy photo)

National Manufacturing Day is set to take place Friday, October 4. The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with local manufacturers, have expanded this year’s celebration by offering three days of tours and demonstrations at local businesses, October 2nd through the 4th.