Archive - Nov 30, 2016 - News

Local School District Leaders Urge Against Proposed Funding Cuts

Nine school district leaders, including Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent Marty Kobza met with Gov. Matt Mead this week to protest additional funding cuts to Wyoming schools.

Air, Rail Important to Sheridan Economics

Among those attending the site selectors' meeting were, from left, City Councilman Thayer Shafer, County commissioners Steve Maier, Tom Ringley and Terry Cram and State Rep. Mark Kinner. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Air and rail are important to Sheridan's economic growth, according to the site selectors who've been visiting the community this week.

Site Selectors Visit College

Adam Wasserman, left, and instructor Randy Whyte in Sheridan College's Technical Center. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Two site selectors from a company based in Arizona visited Sheridan College late Wednesday morning as part of a two-day visit to Sheridan hosted by Forward Sheridan.

Pet Pictures with Santa

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Get your pets groomed and ready because on Saturday they will have the chance to take a picture with the christmas big guy himself. From 11am-4pm Santa Claus will be on hand at Muddy Paw Prints, behind Sheridan’s Starbucks, to take pictures with your pets.

Power Outage on Tuesday Afternoon Explained

At around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon, several thousands Sheridan area Montana Dakota Utilities customers were affected by a brief power outage. MDU Spokesman Mark Hanson.

Deceased Male Found in the Bighorns

According to the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Department, a deceased male was found in the Bighorn Mountains on Saturday evening.

Local Tourism Remains Steady

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Tourism continues to be a driving force behind Wyoming’s economy as it is the second largest industry in the State.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

College Plans Busy Night Thursday

One of the two lion-dogs to be honored with a reception at Sheridan College Thursday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A busy night is in store Thursday at Sheridan College, with an open house, reception for two lion-dog statues and the first of three holiday concerts.

Get Reverse Bingo Tickets For Chance To Win Cash

Angela Fox, Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Christmas In Buffalo events will continue through the Christmas season, and those purchasing “Reverse Bingo” tickets can help fund the annual chili feed while getting multiple opportunities to win some cash.