Archive - Dec 6, 2016 - News

Tabling Action Declared Moot

Nickie Arney, clerk of district court, speaks to commissioners Tuesday morning. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Action taken by Sheridan County commissioners Tuesday morning, in tabling a contract with Christi Rolston, has been declared moot.

Not Afraid Equivalent to Head of Small Country

Butch Jellis, left, and A.J. Not Afraid. (Courtesy photo)

The Crow Tribe is a sovereign nation, and the chairman of the tribe is basically the head of a small nation.

Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation to Review Grant Applications Soon

The Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation is Sheridan and Johnson county’s local advisory board for the Wyoming Community Foundation in Laramie, Wyo.

One Dies in Collision South of Buffalo

An 82-year-old Casper man was killed in a fatal collision south of Buffalo on Dec. 3.

Winter Weather Preparedness For the Imminent Cold Weather

At a week into the month of December, the meteorological winter is in full swing. The northern regions of the Rockies will experience their coldest temperatures of the season beginning next week in which temperatures may struggle to surpass the single digits.

Resolution on Wrench Ranch Phase 1 Plat Approved at Council Meeting

At Monday night’s Sheridan City Council Meeting, Planning Director Robert Briggs presented Resolution 38-16, Wrench Ranch Phase 1 plat for the council’s approval.

Science Lecture Scheduled for Wednesday at Sheridan College

The community is invited to Sheridan College on Wednesday night for one of their semesterly Science Lectures. According to Dr.

Little Free Library Installed Tuesday at Sheridan’s Pizza Hut

Tuesday morning, there was a slight breeze that made the 8 degree temperature outside seem like 10 below, but that did not stop Pizza Hut from installing the communities new Little Free Library. Mike Kocher, Pizza Hut’s Area General Manager, shares more.

WYDOT Reminds Motorists to Keep a Safe Distance From Plows

(Photo courtesy of WYDOT)

A recent crash just north of the Montana - Wyoming border on I-90 involving a semitrailer hauling cattle and a Montana Department of Transportation snowplow, has prompted officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation to remind motorists to slow down and keep a safe distance from plows.

Commissioners Table Rolston Contract

Sheridan County commissioners have tabled a contract with Colorado-based Christi Rolston for archival services, to allow time to seek requests for proposals from other companies, including local companies, for the work.