Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session dealt with the water and sewer division of the Utilities Department. The proposed budget for water and sewer is $4.9 million, which is a 2% reduction from last year's budget.
City Utilities Director Dan Miller says that the City has seen a significant drop in revenue from plant investment fees over the last few years.
A Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper patrolling US 20/WYO
789 in the Wind River Canyon was witness to a Burlington Northern freight train derailment into the Big Horn River shortly after noon Wednesday. Wyoming Highway Patrol Sergeant Stephen Townsend explains what unfolded before the Trooper's eyes.
In connection with Trees for Trash this Saturday, the City of Sheridan will be planting a tree in Kendrick Park. City Project Manager Tom O'Leary explains that the tree planting is part of the City's designation as a Tree City USA.
46-year-old Leah Benjamin of Buffalo was sentenced to 20 to 30 years this week by 4th Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn. Benjamin was found guilty in late January for the 2nd Degree Murder of her estranged husband Donald Benjamin. The murder occurred during the early morning hours of May 3, 2009, when Leah lured Donald to her home under false pretenses and fatally shot him three times.
What is the local economic outlook for 2010? Sheridan held its first Wyoming Business Alliance Economic Outlook forum last night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. And though this forum has been held annually in Casper since 1996, Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Director, and one of last night's moderators, Janelle Anderson, says it seemed important to have this discussion