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College Trustees Approve Fund Adjustments

College district trustees, from left, Scott Ludwig, Jerry Iekel, Chair Norleen Healy, Robert Leibrich, Kati Sherwood and Bruce Hoffman. On screan in rear are advisors and staff of Gillette College. (Photo byPat Blair)

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District approved adjustments Wednesday night in the college's operating, auxiliary and endowment funds.

Out of the Darkness Walk This Saturday

More than 300 Sheridan County community members are expected to attend the 6th Annual Out of the Darkness Walk on Saturday. This walk, hosted by the Wyoming Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, is done for a number of reasons according to Vanessa Hastings,

Council Approves License for Killy's Dispensing Room

Sheridan's city council in a special meeting Wednesday approved a liquor license for a dispensing room at Killy's, the former Warehouse Market on Brundage Lane.

Sheridan Man Wins Judges Over At Buffalo’s Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest came to Wyoming Saturday as the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce hosted their 7th annual event. Chamber CEO Angela Fox said that the best tasting home brewed beer according to the professional judging was a Sheridan man.

Bill Sniffin Comes to Sheridan With Book 3 of his Wyoming Trilogy

Wyoming author Bill Sniffin will be in Sheridan Thursday and Friday to do presentations on book 3 of his Wyoming Trilogy, Wyoming at 125: Our Place in the West.

Ranchester Gives Liquor License Second-Reading Approval

Ranchester's town council approved an ordinance defining bar and grill liquor licenses approval on second reading Tuesday night.

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Friday Deadline for Ballots to be Mailed Overseas

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, Friday is the day that absentee voting starts in Wyoming.

Buffalo Council Approves Funding For Christmas Lights

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Added to the agenda for Tuesday's Buffalo City Council meeting was a request from the Kiwanis Club for funding from the city for replacement of parts on the city-owned Christmas light strings that are put up on Main Street downtown during each holiday season.

County Makes Appointments To WPLI Committee

Johnson County Commisioner Bill Novotny

The Johnson County Commissioners announced the candidates and then approved them to serve on Johnson County's (WPLI) or Wyoming Public Lands Initiative Advisory Committee.