Archive - Nov 27, 2018 - News

Time Shortened to Sign Up for 'Obamacare'

People have less time this year to sign up for insurance provided through the Affordable Health Care Act – also known as Obamacare.

Gordon On If Now Is Time To Look At Tax, Revenue Changes

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Mark Gordon

Governor-elect Mark Gordon answered a number of questions in a recent conference call with reporters from around the state.

Walk-through On Lobban Identifies Problems

At the last Buffalo City Council meeting Mayor Mike Johnson announced that City Works Director Les Hook and Project Engineer Brent Bennett had completed a walk-through of the project as the end of the one year warranty period approaches to find deficiencies that may need to be addressed by the general contractor on the project.

County OKs Amendment To DOH Agreement

The Sheridan County Commission has approved an amendment to an agreement between themselves, the Wyoming Department of Health's Public Health Division, and the Sheridan County Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Food and Nutrition Service Program.

College Choirs to Perform Holiday Concert

The Sheridan College Chamber Choir and Collegiate Chrale will perform a holiday concert next week.

Ragtime at the WYO

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center continues it’s busy November schedule on Thursday night with “Richard Dowling’s, Great Scott! A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin”.

Pheasant Hunting Reminder

Pheasant hunting season opened on November 3 for our region and the personnel at the bird farm have been busy stocking pheasants in various areas.

Conducting a Code Audit

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SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs (Photo Ron Richter ©)

One of the initial steps to address the issue of attainable/workforce housing in Sheridan is to conduct an audit of the City of Sheridan building codes. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Minor Subdivision Gains Council Approval

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The Sheridan City Council recently approved a resolution allowing for the Q Minor Subdivision, a request to subdivide just under 9,000 square feet into two lots, zoned R-3 Residence District, located at 246 South Sheridan Avenue.

Wyoming unemployment rate still higher than national average

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Recent data shows Wyoming's average rate of unemployment remains higher than national numbers.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports the U.S. unemployment rate currently sits at 3.7 percent compared to Wyoming's 4.2 percent.