Archive - Oct 4, 2017

Work Starts to Replace Water Meters

Conference attendees visit around a table. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Work has started to replace 9,800 water meters in the city of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water System, which is also known as SAWS.

Conservation District Renews Oil Tank Agreements

Sheridan County Conservation District supervisors this week renewed agreements for the oil recycling tanks in the towns of Dayton and Clearmont for another year.

New Ticket Purchase Location Added

Another location has been added where people can buy tickets for the Grand Home Tour later this month.

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Fire Prevention Week Starts Monday

Beginning Monday, Sheridan Fire-Rescue will take part in National Fire Prevention Week.

Manufacturing Day in Sheridan County

On Friday, the 6th Annual National Manufacturing Day will be celebrated in communities around the state and the country.

VOA Awarded with Bridge Housing Grant

The Volunteers of America was recently awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to provide transitional housing at Freedom Hall in Sheridan. Freedom Hall is an 11 bed men’s transitional housing facility for honorably discharged veterans.

Commissioners to Waive Fees for Pipeline Project

Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board Chairman Peter Clark (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday received a request to waive right-of-way fees for a project that would deliver natural gas to the Tongue River Valley. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Commission Amends Internal Revenue Code Resolution

Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller (Photo Ron Richter ©)

In 2009, under a requirement by the Wyoming Retirement System, Sheridan County passed a resolution that identified that the County was contributing to the system the employee's portion of the Wyoming Retirement contribution.

Quarry Permit Approved by Commission

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An application from Eaton Brothers Inc, for the Eaton’s Ranch 2 Quarry was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting.