Archive - Nov 17, 2016 - News

Scott Foundation Makes Additional $50,000 Gift to Antelope Butte

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The Homer A, and Mildred S. Scott Foundation has made a second gift to the Open Antelope Butte campaign.

Liquor Permit Fee Increase Passes Second Reading

Dayton's town council gave second-reading approval Wednesday night to an ordinance that will raise fees for 24-hour liquor permits from $25 to $50.

Commission Approves Homeland Security Grant

Sheridan County Commissioners (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved a grant award agreement for the U.S. Department of Transportation, Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning Grant through the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security.

Black Tooth Pint Nights Raise Funds for Local Non-Profits

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From left-to-right: Black Tooth Head Brewer Travis Zeilstra, Second Chance Cat Rescue Supporter Lori Kensey, Second Chance Executive Director Elaine Kristiansen, Second Chance Director of Grants Kate Taylor, Black Tooth GM Jesse Woods, and Black Tooth Controller Mel Smith. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan has been helping out local non-profit organizations with their “Community Pint Night” event.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Reading, Book Signing Set for Sunday

Rose Hill with book that will be featured Sunday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

At least 15 authors will be at the Sagebrush Community Art Center Sunday to read and sign copies of “Blood, Water, Wind and Stone,” an anthology in which the works of more than 70 Wyoming writers appear.

Buffalo Council Approves Fireworks, With Conditions

Photo by Aaron Palmer

Fireworks for the “Light Up Buffalo” event later this month were approved by the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week.

JCSD1 Recognizes Students, Teacher Of The Year

During this week's board meeting of the Johnson County School District, students from each school and one teacher were recognized for their accomplishments.

County Commission Approves Boundary Line Adjustment

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller

A boundary line adjustment was brought before the Johnson County Commissioners for their consideration at their regular meeting this week.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 17, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Nov. 17, 1916.