Archive - Feb 8, 2019 - News

Buffalo Police Release Information On School Threat

The Buffalo Police Department and Johnson County School District #1 officials are working together to investigate a threat involving Clear Creek Middle School.

Kinner: House Confused by Senate Actions Regarding Budget

Although it is not the main item of the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, the supplemental budget bill has received a lot of attention from legislators in both the House and the Senate.

Jennings Pleased HB299 was Defeated

House Bill 299 regarding investment of public funds was a bill that at least one local legislator was concerned with.

Kinskey Comments on Mountain Daylight Time Bill

A bill that would be a first step towards stopping the spring forward, fall backwards mechanics associated with Daylight Savings Time in Wyoming, has made its way through the full house and has come out of committee for debate on the Senate floor.

Law Enforcement Provides Update on MOU

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Local law enforcement updated the Sheridan City Council this week on a Memorandum of Understanding between the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office and the Sheridan Police Department. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

PW Director Provides Snow Removal Update

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Lane Thompson informed the Sheridan City Council this week that the City remains well under budget for snow removal.

Resource Council Files Complaint Against DEQ

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The Powder River Basin Resource Council this week filed a complaint against the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality due to the agency allegedly withholding documents that were directly related to Contura’s bond renewal for the Belle Ayr coal mine that is located 18 miles southeast of Gillette.

Dining for a Cause to Benefit Food Group

The Food Group, a nonprofit organization that provides weekend meals for children on the schools' free and reduced-price meal programs, will be the beneficiary of this month's Dining for a Cause.

Finances an Issue in Hospital Care

Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty says the hospital spends about $270,000 a day on operations. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

The cost of providing health care is a balance between expenses to health care providers and how, and if, they are paid.

Wyoming News Update

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