Archive - Apr 10, 2017 - News

Public Works Budget Down, Road & Bridge Sees Increase

County Engineer Ken Muller, left, and Road and Bridge Program Manager Pete Husman during meeting with commissioners. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The proposed budget for Sheridan County's public works department for next year is about $8,000 less than this year's, but the road and bridge budget is up by 2.7 percent.

Commissioners Hold First Budget Meetings

UW Extension Educator Kentz Willis discusses his budget. To the right is County Clerk Eda Schunk Thompson, and Commissioner Tom Ringley has his back to the camera. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County commissioners started their first round of budget meetings with county staff and elected officials Monday, beginning with Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier.

Buffalo Water Situation Still Unresolved

Bill Day, water commissioner for the city, said the issue was a communication problem between the computer and the water treatment plant, which rendered the plant unable to treat water for the city's customers.

Chamber Monthly Luncheon to Feature WTBC Director

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their monthly luncheon on Wednesday. According to Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson, the program for the luncheon will feature the Wyoming Technology Business Center.

Sheridan Fire and Rescue Weekend Training

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Sheridan Fire and Rescue participated in their monthly rope training over the weekend. According to Firefighter and EMT Chad Brutlag, there are several different focuses that the training can have.

Buffalo Residents Asked to Conserve Water

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Buffalo residents are being asked to conserve water this morning as the city is experiencing problems with their system. Water Commissioner for the City of Buffalo Bill Day.

Wyoming News Update

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UW STRATEGIC PLAN

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A University of Wyoming official says the school's new strategic plan could be in place by July 1.

Buffalo Police Report Given To City Council

In his regular report to the Buffalo City Council at their recent meeting, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder said it was a relatively normal month for his department.

Mayor Proclaims April 4th 'Day Of Service' In Buffalo

Mayor Mike Johnson proclaimed Tuesday, April 4th as “National Service Recognition Day” in the City of Buffalo.