Archive - Jul 2012

July 24th

A Look Back, and a Look Forward

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey at a media conference Tuesday at City Hall.

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey held a media conference Tuesday that began with the Mayor taking a look back at some of the City's achievements during his first two terms and a look forward at some of the City's goals in the future if he were to be re-elected.

TROOPERS FACE RIVERTON TODAY IN DISTRICT TOURNEY OPENER

SHERIDAN TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Trooper baseball team opens their district tournament in Powell today at 4:00 there has been a change in the bracket, the Troops were informed yesterday they will play Riverton in their first round game today instead of Lovell.

SEEDA Moves Closer to Targeted Industries Study

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City of Sheridan Planning Director and SAWS Administrator Robert Briggs

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority took a step closer to their goal of having a target industries and career technical education and training study done for the Sheridan area. The Joint Powers Board Tuesday approved to move forward with a request for qualifications.

Bids Received on Conventional Treatment Plant Upgrades

Officials with the City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply system received three bids Tuesday on the government mandated treatment plant upgrades to both the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant, and the Sheridan Water Treatment Plant.

Liz Cheney Slams Obama on Public Pulse

Liz Cheney joined Public Pulse Host, Kim Love, on Newstalk 930 Monday to talk politics, and expressed strong sentiments against President Barack Obama.

UW Extension Offering Field Day For Grazing Management

The University of Wyoming Extension Johnson County Office is offering a free field day today on Grazing Management for the Small Acreage Livestock Owner.

JCSD1 Budget: A Closer Look At The Numbers

At last week's meeting, the Johnson County School Ditrict One Board of Trustees adopted the budget for FY 2012-2013 on the recommendation of District Business Manager Matt Ramey.

SAWS Puts Up Walls

Members of the Sheridan Area Water Supply board, along with notable city government officials and project coordinators, paid a visit to the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant to witness the walls of the county's new Clearwell go up.

Buffalo Council Waives Fee, Makes Proclamation

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

At last week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council waived the building permit fees for Johnson County Fire District One's new storage building on their site off of North Bypass Road.

Health Fair Blood Draw Appointment Lines Open

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's annual health fair is set to kick off August 13-18, and the appointment line is officially open as of today.