Archive - Nov 11, 2016 - News

Minimum Salary Threshold Doubles Starting December 1st

Nichole Simque, Senior Human Resources Generalist for the City of Sheridan, was on hand at the Chamber lunch to inform the public about the new overtime exemption requirements.

Sheridan College Hosts Veterans Day Ceremony

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Sheridan College graduate and United States Marine Robert “Luke” Cloud delivered the keynote speech at the Veterans Day Ceremony at Sheridan College. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Veterans Plaza on the campus of Sheridan College was the site of a Veterans Day ceremony Friday.

Ronda Holwell Explains Why 5th Street Project Happened So Close to Other Projects

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There have been several construction projects in Sheridan this fall. Two of those projects were on heavily traveled routes that led to the same area. Many residents have wondered why the projects on Loucks/Highland and the 5th Street bridge would be done at the same time.

Speaker: Veterans Try to Do 'the Right Thing'

Sheridan VA Interim Director Warren Hill addresses those attending the Veterans Day ceremonies. (Photo by Pat Blair)

An Air Force veteran used his personal experiences in Iraq to deliver his message during Veterans Day ceremonies at Sheridan's VA Medical Center.

City Fall Leaf Collection Continues

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The unseasonably warm weather we’ve been experiencing locally has allowed the City of Sheridan to continue their fall leaf collection program.

COPE to Begin Nine Week Program Next Week

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Counseling in Overcoming Painful Emotions, or COPE, will be starting a nine week program next week that is sponsored by Kane Funeral Home of Sheridan.

Brucellosis Sampling Continues in the Bighorns

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Brucellosis sampling got underway in the Bighorn Mountains in September and the sampling program through the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will continue through December.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Buffalo Council Accepts Two Proposals On Water Projects

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook brought two proposals before the city council for their consideration at their last regular meeting, concerning recently completed city water projects.

Veterans Day To Be Observed Today In Buffalo

Today is Veterans Day, and Buffalo residents will be turning out as they always do to participate in ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial downtown.