Archive - Sep 3, 2019 - News

Council Approves Extension of Main Street Test

A test of Main Street as a three-lane street from Works Street to Dow Street has been extended for three weeks.

Bid Awarded on Kendrick Pool Design

Interstate Engineering has been awarded the bid for an expanded design and engineering of the pool in Kendrick Park.

Buffalo Council Approves Liquor License Transfer

A transfer of a liquor license request came before Buffalo's City Council during their regular meeting Tuesday.

Johnson County Accepts Contract for TANF Funding

Johnson County's Commissioners accepted a final contract for funding for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF Grant on behalf of three agencies providing services in the county.

Sheridan County Accepts FEMA Grant Agreement

The Sheridan County Commission voted to accept a Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, grant agreement for funding from the State Office of Homeland Security.

Assessment Activities Start at Acme Plant

Contractors have started assessment work around the old Acme Power Plant. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Contractors have started assessment activities at the site of the former Acme Power Plant.

Ag Day Barbecue to Raise Money for Student Groups

The annual Ag Day Barbecue at the University of Wyoming will be from noon to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 14 – a Saturday – this year.

The Hub Announces Two Hikes Coming Up

Two hikes are planned this month by The Hub on Smith Street, and deadline to register for both is this week.

Sheridan College Hosts CNA Information Session

Anyone interested in becoming a certified nursing assistant is invited to attend an information session at Sheridan College next week.

Tongue River Cave to Remain Closed

The Tongue River Cave will remain closed through April 15.