Archive - Sep 9, 2019 - News

School District 2 Approves Land Purchase

School District 2 trustees voted to buy just over 2.5 acres of land at the intersection of Fifth Street and Mydland Road. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees have authorized purchase of just over 2.5 acres of land at the intersection of Fifth Street and Mydland Road.

Buffalo, WWC Engineering OK Service Agreement

Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader

The City of Buffalo and WWC Engineering of Sheridan have agreed to and accepted a Master Service Agreement concerning the Buffalo Wells Project.

Jefferson Glass to Discuss Book on Mountain Man

Sylvia Bruner

Author Jefferson Glass will give a presentation this Wednesday based on his book, “Reshaw-The Life and Times of John Baptiste Richard,” to kick off the Johnson County Historical Society programs for the 2019-2020 season.

Sheridan County Law Enforcement Make Over 160 Traffic Stops Over Labor Day Weekend

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As part of a county-wide, multi-agency, imparied driving enforcement operation over Labor Day weekend, law enforcement in Sheridan County stopped 162 vehicles and arrested one drunk driver.

Firefighters Host Remembrance Service

The Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department will host a remembrance service Wednesday morning for those lost in the 9-11 terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

First Interstate Bank Hosts Company Volunteer Day

Employees of Sheridan's First Interstate Bank will be volunteering their services for six nonprofit organizations in the community from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Campus Pass Tour at UW Saturday

High Schoolers and their families that are interested in learning more about Wyoming’s lone University will be flocking to Laramie on Saturday to take part in the University of Wyoming Campus Pass.

Shredfest Set for Tuesday

Residents in the Sheridan community are invited to bring in unneeded documents that could have sensitive information on them for shredding Tuesday at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

Looking for Old-Timers & Recalling Linkages Over Time

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How many old-timers are there in Wyoming these days?

When I wrote a column some 18 months ago about the oldest people in Wyoming, we had folks ranging from 104 to 107 all over the state.

Battle Mountain, Small Towns, & Edison's Favorite Fishing Hole

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If you blast through Carbon County on Interstate 80, you begin to think that all there is to see is high desert and the towering Elk Mountain.

But that part of Wyoming offers so much more.