Archive - Oct 10, 2016 - News

Wrench Ranch Third Development Gets Planning Board Nod

The preliminary plat for the Wrench Ranch Properties Third Development was approved at a meeting of Sheridan's city planning commission Monday night.

Truck Crash Results in Fire Near Gillette

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On Saturday, a Peterbilt commercial truck towing a trailer crashed into two separate propane tanks and a storage shed resulting in a fire. The crash closed Wyoming State Highway 51 east of Gillette for an extended period and the crash resulted in the death of the trucks driver.

City Council Candidates Stop By Public Pulse

On Monday, two of the candidates for the three seats available on the Sheridan City Council stopped by our news talk show public pulse. Current City Councilman Thayer Shafer was the first to talk about his history in Sheridan.

County to Seek Assessment of Damage to Courthouse

The south side of the old Sheridan County Courthouse. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County will probably hire TSP of Sheridan to provide an assessment of water damage to the old county courthouse on Main Street and determine how to best effect a repair.

Chamber Luncheon to Feature Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their October luncheon Wednesday. According to the chambers Director of Marketing and Communications Ryan Koltiska, the speaker will be Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s CEO.

Vast Stretches of Empty Prairie Dominate Big Sky of Our State

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There are stretches of Wyoming that seem to go on forever. Our tongue-in-cheek state motto of the Big Empty really makes sense when you are driving across these vast places.

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Gatchell To Have New Exhibits, Celebrate Milestone in 2017

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum

The changes that happened earlier this year at the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will not affect their planning and implementing of new exhibits or affect a celebration in the coming year, according to new Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

Commission Signs Corrected Homeland Security Grant

Barry Crago

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved chairman Bill Novotny to sign an agreement accepting a Homeland Security Grant,after receiving the agreement back after changes in wording were made to the document, as recommended by County Deputy Attorney Barry Crago.

Buffalo To See 500 For Volkssport Event In 2017

The City of Buffalo will host an American Volkssport Association (AVA) event in the spring of 2017, and organizers are expecting upwards of 500 people to converge on the community to participate.