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January 17th, 2014

City Begins Work on Abandoned Ditches

City Works Director Les Hook told the city council at their last meeting that he is beginning to work on abandoned ditches within the city limits.
He will be identifying them, mapping them and looking into any possible water rights the city may be entitled to by having them declared abandoned.

City Accepts Bid For South Burritt Reconstruction Project

The Buffalo City Council has awarded the contract for the South Burritt Street Reconstruction Project to Powder River Construction of Gillette.
They were the lowest bidder of the five bids the city received for the project.

Audit, Construction, Health Insurance In Report to School Board

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees got a report from District Business Manager Matt Ramey this week, where he touched on the final audit report, health insurance and construction on South Burritt.

Muddy Creek Easement Issue Still In Works

Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago updated the county commissioners on the status of the easement issue with a landowner in the Muddy Creek area of the county, south of Buffalo.

Coleman Says Two Medicaid Options on Table

Wyoming's state legislator Kathy Coleman of Sheridan says the Legislature will discuss two separate proposals to expand Medicaid during the upcoming budget session next month in Cheyenne.

Thursday 01-16-14

Sheridan College Lecture Series, Elaine Henry / Homeless Point in Time Survey, Wendy Ongaro

Local Family Donates Land to Sheridan

The Sheridan Heights Ranch LLC, owned by the Don Roberts family, has donated 32 acres of land, including a pond, to the City of Sheridan.

College Offers Free One-Day University

The University of Wyoming's Saturday University program is coming back to Sheridan next month.

AARP Program Offers Free Tax Prep Help

The American Association of Retired Persons, better known as the AARP, is once again providing free tax preparation help for taxpayers with low to moderate incomes through its foundation's Tax-Aide program.

Hospital Administrator Concerned About Obamacare Effects

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty is concerned that an expansion of Medicaid under the new Affordable Care Act will adversely affect hospitals across the nation.