Archive - Sep 25, 2019 - News

$1.9 Million Pledged to Library Campaign

About $1.9 million has been pledged to the Sheridan Fulmer Library capital campaign, with funds to be received over a four-year period, according to a report presented by Cameron Duff, director of the Sheridan County Library system.

Weatherby Given Okay to Reinforce Floor

SEEDA board members this week approved a proposal by Weatherby to reinforce the floor in Weatherby's facility. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Weatherby has been given approval to reinforce the floor in the facility in Sheridan's High-Tech Park so that the floor can bear additional weight.

New Computer Science Requirements Won't be Stretch for District 2

District 2 trustees received an update on computer science instruction in School District 2 Wednesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 2 might need to make some minor tweaks and additions, but a state requirement that all Wyoming school districts provide computer instruction in grades k through 12 by 2023 won't be a stretch for the district.

Motorcycle Crash Results in Fatality

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A motorcycle crash Sunday afternoon in Sheridan County claimed the life of 52-year-old Johnny Gilstad of Gillette.

Woman's Club to Serve Turkey Dinner

The Story Woman's Club will serve its annual Turkey Dinner on Oct. 6.

Buffalo's Dump Draw Project 'Essentially Complete'

Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader

The City of Buffalo's Dump Draw Detention Pond Project is essentially complete, after the city released just over $45,000 in retainage to Barnum Construction this month.

Senior Center's Annual Chili Cook-off Friday

The Buffalo Senior Center will be hosting their annual Chili Cook-off event this Friday evening at the center, and those entering just might walk away with some cash for their efforts.

Buffalo Planning Commission Appoints Interim Officers

The Buffalo Planning Commission, during their meeting Tuesday, appointed the remaining members to various open offices.

Fulmer Seeking Feedback from Vets

The Sheridan Fulmer Library, as part of their Capital Campaign for a new roof and other upgrades, is seeking feedback through a survey from Military Veterans that use their services.

Sheridan Police Department Domestic Violence Resources

The Sheridan Police Department has released the attached brochure to make sure residents are aware of the community resources available for those experiencing Domestic Violence.