Archive - May 30, 2012

Wyoming Community Colleges Could See $9M Cut

Wyoming Community Colleges Could See $9M Cut

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - An 8-percent budget cut would cost Wyoming's seven community colleges about $9.1 million. Falling energy revenues has prompted Gov. Matt Mead to order state agencies to prepare for 8-percent budget cuts for the fiscal year that starts in July 2013.

Beware of Fraudulent Sports Solicitations

From Don Julian, Activities Director at Sheridan High School ~

If you're contacted by someone asking you to place an ad on the Broncs football calendar/poster, the Sheridan High School athletic calendar, or anything like that, DON'T ASSUME it's really from us or for our benefit.

Recreation District Needs Your Input On Kendrick Pool

Sheridan's Recreation District is looking for public input regarding remodeling or replacing the outdoor pool at Kendrick Park, and has released an online survey for citizens to voluntarily complete.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 05/30/12

Tongue River Community Center / Child Development Center

Development Regulations Ordinance and Design Guidelines Move on for Council Consideration

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Development Regulations Ordinance and Design Guidelines Move on for Council Consideration

The Sheridan City Council will soon be considering a development regulations ordinance as well as design guidelines for commercial and multi-family site design in the City.

Ranchester Visitor Center - Nears Completion

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In May 2010 the Town of Ranchester was awarded a Wyoming Business Council Community Development Block Grant and Business Ready Communities Grant for the Ranchester Entry Rehabilitation Plan. Fast forward two years: the then proposed visitors center sketches and plans are now a reality, thanks to many including KWN Construction.

Alcohol Compliance Checks Yield 21% Failure Rate

The Sheridan Police Department recently completed a round of alcohol compliance checks of local businesses.

Pronghorn antelope near Clearmont

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Photos by: Cynthia J. Vannoy-Rhoades

Gov. Mead Wants Bears Delisted

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is calling on the federal government to end federal protections for grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone area.

Planning Commission Approves WYSTAR PUD II Final Plat

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission recommended approval to the Sheridan City Council the final plat and revised conceptual plan of the WYSTAR Recovery Campus Planned Unit Development II.