Archive - Mar 18, 2016 - News

Mayor Heath Won’t Seek Another Term

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Sheridan Mayor John Heath (Photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan Mayor John Heath made the announcement Friday that he won’t be running for the position of mayor of Sheridan in this year's election. Heath said that it’s time for some new blood at City Hall.

Wyoming Could Hunt Grizzlies in Fall of ’17

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. |

Wyoming Game and Fish Department released a draft grizzly bear conservation plan Tuesday that could result in a proposal to hunt bears as early as the fall of 2017.

Elks Name Smith Officer of Year

Pictured from left are Elks Lodge Member Mike Hamilton, Detective Smith, and Elks member Bill Dahlin. (Photo submitted)

A local detective who's served for nearly a decade on the Sheridan police force received honors, recently.

SAWS Joint Powers Board Still Eyeing Consolidation

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board continues to weigh the options of consolidating to have the City of Sheridan take over full ownership of the water system that serves both city and county residents.

Police Station Remodel Geared Toward Efficiency

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A remodel of the Sheridan Police Department is expected to begin in a about a month from now according to Police Lieutenant Tom Ringley. Making the building more efficient is what they hope to achieve with the remodel.

Changes to Senior Center Access Due to Day Break Construction

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The west access to the Sheridan Senior Center’s parking lot and Whitney Commons will close on Monday due to construction work on the Center’s new Day Break Facility.

Perkins Foundation Awards Grant to VOA Youth Camp

Volunteers of America has been awarded a one-year grant in the amount of $8,000 from the B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation to provide students the opportunity to attend Camp POSTCARD this summer. The information is from a news release from VOA.

Library Shortfall Nothing New

Sheridan County's libraries have been dealing with budget reductions from the county for about five years, according to Library Director Cameron Duff.

Work Planned at Kendrick Pool Bath House

Renovations are expected to start in coming months on the bath house at Kendrick Pool, which is in Kendrick Park in Sheridan.

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