Basin Electric Power Cooperative submitted their annual report to the Wyoming Industrial Siting Council this week regarding the Dry Fork Station near Gillette. Basin Electric Spokesperson Daryl Hill explains what the annual report consists of.
The recent winter-like weather is sure to slow down some of the various construction projects that the City of Sheridan has going on, but will it put crews behind schedule? Not necessarily, says Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and throughout the month the Wyoming Division of Victim Services will be joining with victims, service providers and Wyoming citizens to focus the public’s attention on this important issue and draw attention to the fact that sexual violence remains an intolerable violent crime with public health implications for every citizen of Wyoming.
The death of Sheridan County Clerk Audrey Koltiska last week has the Republican Party, the party with which Koltiska was affiliated, working within the process to fill her seat. Party Chair, Kathy Coleman, said that by receiving notice last Friday of the vacancy, state statute gives them fifteen days to select three names. Coleman explains the process.
March 31st was the deadline for the Greenhouse for Living fundraising campaign to raise $891,000 in order to secure a grant from the Wyoming Business Council to provide infrastructure for the project. Barbara Walter, who serves on the campaign committee, tells us.
The search for a new Sheridan County Public Library Director is about to begin. The current Director, Cathy Butler, met with several Board of Trustees members last night in a Special Meeting to begin discussing the Director Search Procedure.