Archive - Sep 4, 2019 - News

Deadline Looming for Petition on City Administrator

The deadline is next week for a petition to be presented to the city calling for a special election on whether Sheridan needs a city administrator.

Requirement Raises Funding Issues for School District 1

As Wyoming school districts prepare to implement computer science instruction in their classrooms by 2023, Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair continues her look at how this affects districts in Sheridan County. Here's her story for today.

Chamber Accepting Nominations for Excellence Awards

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the 2019 Awards of Excellence, which recognize and honor businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals for their contributions to the community.

Results of Main Street Test to be Presented Sept. 17

A public meeting has been scheduled for Sept. 17 for the city of Sheridan and Wyoming Department of Transportation to present results of the three-lane configuration test on Main Street through downtown Sheridan.

Buffalo Council Amending Annexation Rules

Toby Rhoades

Buffalo's City Council approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 1401, which will amend the rules for annexing property into the city once passed on three readings.

Sheridan Commission Denies CUP Application

A Conditional Use Permit, or CUP, originally sent back to the Sheridan County Planning & Zoning Commission by the county commission for additional consideration was denied by the county commissioners at their Tuesday meeting.

Johnson County Approves Health Grants

Some health-related grants were discussed by the Johnson County Commission at their Tuesday meeting.

AP News Update

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Wyoming generic prescription drug manufacturer closes

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming's only generic prescription drug manufacturing company has closed after nearly two decades.

G&F Seeks Information in Elk Poaching Case Near Powder River Rest Area

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect, or suspects in the recent poaching of a bull elk in the Sheridan region.

City Council Looking at Adding Additional Work Session

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The Sheridan City Council meets on the first and third Monday of each month, unless one of those days happens to fall on a holiday.