Archive - Oct 3, 2016 - News

MDU Electrical Rate Intervention Update Given at City Council Meeting

At Monday’s Sheridan City Council Meeting Public Works Director Nic Bateson gave a staff update regarding a MDU Electrical Rate Intervention.

This proposed increase could cost individuals over 14% more annually.

Trustees to Submit Resolutions to State Board

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees have approved three resolutions for submission to the Wyoming School Boards Association at an upcoming meeting.

Diners Flock to Frackelton's to Support High School

Diners and, in background, staff during Frackelton's Dining for a Cause Monday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

UPDATE: Dining for a Cause raised $14,295.25. Matching dollars from local businesses totaled $18,250, for a grand total of $32,545.25.

Diners turned out in large numbers Monday to support two Sheridan High School organizations during this month's Dining for a Cause.

SEEDA Tables SAGE Request

The Sheridan Economic & Educational Authority joint powers board, which is known as SEEDA, has tabled a request from the Sheridan Artists' Guild Et al for $100,000 to complete the interior of a building in downtown Sheridan.

Whitney Center for the Arts Grand Opening Saturday

Sheridan College’s new Whitney Center for the Arts will have its Grand Opening on Saturday night by hosting the Colorado Symphony. The Center’s Director Erin Hanke, said this will be the first live act that has graced the new stage.

Hunting for Bucks

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Did you know that you can hunt for bucks on Sheridan’s Main Street? For the second year, the Downtown Sheridan Association is hosting their Hunting for Bucks shopping campaign. Beth Holsinger, Executive Director of the DSA.

A Trip Down Memory Lane in Sheridan Plus Buffalo and Two Mountain Passes

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As readers of this column know, I am no fan of the “new” JC Penney Company.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Gatchell Taking New But Familiar Path Forward

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum

It has been an eventful year for the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, with financial difficulties this spring, the resignation of the previous museum director, the appointing of an interim director, and a full summer of events with a smaller staff.

Reception For Poet Laureate Draws Friends, Family, Admirers

Gene Gagliano

Gene Gagliano of Buffalo was honored at a reception Thursday evening at the Johnson County Library celebrating his being named Wyoming's Poet Laureate by Governor Matt Mead.