Archive - Dec 21, 2016 - News

Library Board Approves Revised Collection Policy

Trustees of the Sheridan County Library System approved a revised collection development policy at their meeting Wednesday night.

Two Resolutions Approved to Apply for State Revolving Funds Grants at Council Meeting

At Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting, City Engineer Lane Thompson presented two Resolutions to Apply for State Revolving Funds Grants. These grants are to pay for Clean and Drinking Water elements of Phase 2 of Sheridan’s Loucks Street Project.

Track Santa

For the 61st year, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAd, will be tracking Santa Claus himself on Christmas Eve. NORAD isn’t the only organization tracking Saint Nick as Google and other sites will have similar trackers available for the public’s viewing.

Employee Partners Donate to Mammography Equipment

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation's employee partners have voted to donate their 2016 contributions to the foundation to support the purchase of 3D mammography screening equipment for the hospital.

Dayton Town Council Meeting Canceled

The town council meeting scheduled Wednesday night in Dayton has been canceled.

Christmas Lighting Contest Winners Named

Amber Gaona received first place and the $50 prize in Dayton's 2016 Christmas Lighting Contest.

Ranchester Council Eyes Sanitation Fee Increase

Ranchester's town council gave first-reading approval Tuesday to an amendment that would allow the town to increase sanitation collection fees by up to 3 percent per year.

District 1 in 'Sound' Financial Position

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees accepted the 2016 audit at their meeting Tuesday night.

Chronic Wasting Disease Confirmed Near Gillette

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department confirmed chronic wasting disease in Deer Hunt Area 17 northwest of Gillette.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press