Archive - Apr 20, 2016

Buffalo's Transient Merchant Ordinance Passes Third Read

Buffalo's City Council has passed Ordinance No. 1382 on third and final reading, changing how transient merchants will do business in the city limits.

County Keeps Current Public Health Funding Model

Johnson County Public Health Ocffice

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to keep their current funding model for the county's Public Health Office, after reviewing the different models they could have chosen from.

Council Approves Water Tap Outside City limits

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's city Council approved a reduction in cost for a tap fee at the request of a county resident who gave some extraordinary circumstances concerning his situation as the reason for the request, and the council agreed with him.

County Looks at Fairgrounds Budget

Sheridan County Fairgrounds Manager Jamie Ringley told county commissioners Wednesday that he thinks the fairgrounds budget is “sort of where it needs to be.”

County Budgets $1.5 Million on Road Improvements

Sheridan County has budgeted about $1.3 million in capital facilities tax funds on roads in the coming year.

Library to Eliminate e-Readers

County Library System Director Cameron Duff received approval from the library board to eliminate the library's e-Readers at Wednesday's board meeting.

Sheridan Wesleyan Church Ribbon-Cutting

Sheridan Wesleyan Church is a new member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce. (Courtesy photo)

The Sheridan Wesleyan Church is now a member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Commission Grants Liquor License Renewal for Business in Story

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Despite the business being non-operational since 2014, the Sheridan County Commissioners approved the retail liquor license renewal request from Richard Lee Smith, owner of the Lodore in Story. The approval came at the Commissioners regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday.

Coffee with a Cop

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan Police Department is inviting the public to sit down and have a cup of Joe with them while discussing community issues and answering any questions that people may have.

Education Committee to Tackle a Number of Issues

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Wyoming State Representative Mark Kinner of Sheridan (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Wyoming State Representative Mark Kinner of Sheridan is a member of the Legislature’s Joint Education Committee. The Committee is scheduled to begin interim meetings in June to discuss a prioritized list of topics pertaining to funding for K-12 education in the state.