Archive - Apr 7, 2017 - News

SLIB Board Awards Funds for Sheridan Projects

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The State Loan and Investment Board at their meeting in Cheyenne Thursday approved funding for various projects for the City of Sheridan.

Remember to Get Rabies Shots for Your Pets

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The City of Sheridan has an ordinance that requires all owners to keep their pet’s rabies shots up to date. According to Community Service Officer Ed Boone, there will be strict enforcement of this ordinance.

Whitney Center Gallery Show Ends Thursday

Thursday will be the final day for the current gallery show at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts. Dr. Erin Hanke, the Director of the Center, said that the art form presented in the show is Printmaking.

Controlled Burns Reported in Sheridan Area

The Sheridan Police Department Dispatch Center confirms that there are some controlled burns scheduled in the area today. Residents could see some smoke.

City Eyeing Community Survey Concerning Fluoride

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The application of the supplement to City and Sheridan Area Water Supply customers began in January of 2015.

Public Works Director Talks City’s Role in Interchange Project

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson, right, speaks with an individual at a recent open house for the North Main Interchange project. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The North Main Interchange project is a joint venture between the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the City of Sheridan.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

CITY MANAGER-RETIREMENT

Budget Cuts Put Meals Programs in Jeopardy

Seniors at a meal at the Senior Center. Proposed federal budget cuts put the meals program in jeopardy. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Budget cuts proposed by the Trump Administration could jeopardize the meals program at Sheridan's Senior Center.

Two Approved For County Board Positions

Johnson County's Commissioners

Two people will serve on separate county boards, after the Johnson County Commissioners voted to approve them at their meeting earlier this week.

Buffalo Building Permits Steady, Despite Down Economy

Toby Rhoades

Building permits issued in Buffalo have overall maintained a steady pace during the last few years, in spite of a downward trend in the local economy during that time, according to Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.