DDA Discussed at Council Study Session

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The Sheridan City Council in November, on a 4-3 vote, elected to appoint new board of directors for the Downtown Development Authority and to have new bylaws established.

Bid Awarded for Schiffer School

School District 2 trustees awarded the bid for the John C. Schiffer Collaborative School at their meeting Monday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Groathouse Construction Inc. of Cody has been awarded the contract for construction of the John C. Schiffer Collaborative School.

Johnson County OKs Health Information Sharing Agreement

Johnson County has entered into an agreement that will benefit residents by sharing health information overseen by the Wyoming Department of Health.

Sheridan County Accepts Hazardous Materials Grant

A Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning Grant and a sub-agreement between the county and Sheridan Fire & Rescue have been approved by the county commission.

UW Involved in Native Plant Delisting

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The scientists at the University of Wyoming have contributed research to the removal of federal protection for a plant found in southeast Wyoming, northern Colorado, and Western Nebraska.

Johnston Chosen as New Chamber President

Recently it was announced that Sasha Johnston was chosen to be the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Board President for 2020.

Conservation Stamps Go Digital

Most people who have hunted or fished in Wyoming are familiar with the requirement of purchasing a conservation stamp yearly to accompany their license.

Gordon Makes Statement on NEPA Regulations

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon released a statement regarding President Donald Trump’s announcement Thursday that he is seeking to modernize the National Environmental Policy Act regulations.

WYO Winter Rodeo Adds More Events

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The 2nd Annual WYO Winter Rodeo will have even more action this year as more days and events have been added to the schedule. For starters, the Skijoring America sanctioned Skijoring competition will cover two days instead of one on February 22 and 23.

Sheridan County Sets Rules for Indigent Burials

Renee Obermueller

A Resolution has been passed by the Sheridan County Commission that adopted the Rules Governing Indigent Burial Payments in the county.

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