Archive - Nov 2, 2016 - News

Sheridan PD Remodel Update

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For several months, the Sheridan Police Department has been undergoing an overhaul. The remodel is intended to help improve several aspects of the department according to Police Chief Rich Adriaens.

Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum November Programs

Throughout November, the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will host several programs. Tidbit Saturday and Casual Conversations in history are among the continuing programs and History Express is a new program for ages 11-18, that will debut this month.

Animal Control Officer Urges Residents to Keep Track of Their Pets

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Ed Boone serves as Sheridan’s Community Service Officer. He is employed through the Police Department and mainly handles animal control but he also does some code enforcement. Boone said one of the main issues of late, has been dogs and cats at large.

Wyoming Cycling Study Aims to Bolster Tourism, Public Health

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The Wyoming Legislature earlier this year created a 13-member task force to study the benefits and opportunities of bicycle, pedestrian pathways and natural surface trails.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Simpson Guest Speaker at PRBRC Annual Meeting

Pete Simpson will be keynote speaker Saturday night at the Powder River Basin Resource Council's 44th annual meeting at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan.

Fire Ban Season Short in Tongue Ranger District

The fire ban in the Tongue Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest was a short one this year.

Buffalo Council OK's Street Closure(s) For Veterans Day

The American Legion Powder River Post No. 13 in Buffalo made a request of the city council to allow a street closure for the upcoming Veterans Day ceremonies on November 11th.

Tarter To Be Honored At B&G Club Breakfast Thursday

Longtime Buffalo resident Jack Tarter will be honored at this week's inaugural Awards and Recognition Breakfast for the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Bighorns.

Commissioners Appoint New Member For Gatchell Board

One member on the board of the Jim Gatchell Museum submitted his resignation recently, and the county commissioners have appointed a new member to replace him to serve out his remaining term.