Archive - Nov 22, 2018 - News

WYDOT Completes IRP Project in Buffalo

With nothing left but a chip seal to be done next summer, an Industrial Road Program (IRP) collaboration between WYDOT District 4 and Johnson County Road & Bridge on Johnson County Road 204, also known as TW Road, has been completed.

North Sheridan Interchange Construction Near Completion

Running on four years now, the joint reconstruction project between the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the city of Sheridan is not only nearly complete, but also about a year ahead of schedule. The $46.4 million project began in July of 2016.

Mayor Miller Discusses Recent Global Forum

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City of Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Global Forum held earlier this month in Jackson Hole brought together diverse experts to discuss and compare the current challenges and potential opportunities for U.S. coal communities and similar regions around the world to generate new climate solutions and new models of economic growth.

City to Update Aerial Imagery

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Most municipalities update their aerial imagery every three to five years, and the City of Sheridan is no exception, as the City Council recently awarded the bid for the aerial orthophotography project to Aero Graphics, Inc. in the amount of $45,215.

Enzi Chosen as Congressional Honoree for Dedication on Autism Legislation

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The Autism Awareness Gala designated U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming as a congressional honoree earlier this month in recognition for his years of work on legislation to help those with autism and their families.

Sheridan College Student Wins at Farm Bureau Meet

Sheridan College’s Madison Anderson (left) receives her awards from Crook County Rancher Raenell Taylor after winning the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation competition recently. (Courtesy photo)

Sheridan College student Madison Anderson won $300 cash and an expense-paid trip to Milwaukee, Wis., in competition at the Wyoming Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Collegiate Discussion Meet earlier this month.

Haswell Believes She'll Bring New Perspective to Commission

County Commissioner-elect Christi Haswell. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Christi Haswell believes she will bring a new perspective to the Sheridan County commission.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 22, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 22, 1918.