Archive - Nov 2009 - News

November 18th

Saws Board Still Undecided On Future Of Administrator Position

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board is still pondering what to do about the Administrator position. The Board agreed to form a sub-committee that will work on the County's proposal that was brought forth last month.

Saws Moves Forward With Proposed Rate Changes

The rate structure for SAWS customers will likely be changing in the next couple of months as the board approved moving forward with a two-tiered rate structure. The two-tier system will raise the base rate a bit for the casual user, and decrease the rate for the large users. SAWS Administrator Dave Engles.

Embossed and Veteran Specialty License Plates Available Beginning The 1st Of The Year

Armed forces veteran specialty license plates and embossed plates approved by the 2009 Wyoming Legislature will become available next year. Both of the plates carry a $50 fee, in addition to the standard $15 state registration fee and the county registration fee calculated based upon the vehicle's value.

President of Sheridan City Council Comments on Police Chief Hiring Process

In an effort to be as transparent as is legally possible, Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow will be submitting a Guest Opinion letter to the Sheridan Press regarding the selection process for candidates to replace the Sheridan Police Chief position.

Ranchester Town Council Addresses CAP Tax Resolution

The Ranchester Town Council held their second regular November meeting last night. Council voted to donate $100 toward the annual Ranchester-Dayton Rotary Senior Citizen Dinner. Mayor Cliff Clevenger explains.

November 18th

Sheridan County Recreation Board Considers Rules of Operation and Opening Date of Kleenburn Recreation Area

Tuesday morning the the County Rec. Board spent their meeting time going over the Resolution of the Notice of Intent to adopt the rules governing use of the Kleenburn Recreation Area.

Sheridan County Commission Takes Action on Several Agenda Items

It took an hour the the Sheridan County Commission Tuesday to click through a 17-item agenda, passing everything they considered. A February 26, 2010 Circuit Court date has been set for James and Katie Swaney on an order setting an access hearing date for their application for a private road.

College Board Will Continue To Work On Executive Succession Plan Policy

Developing an Executive Succession Plan Policy is something that has been in the works for some time for the Northern Wyoming Community College District. The Board of Trustees for the College District approved the first reading of such a policy last night at their monthly meeting. Sheridan College President Dr. Kevin Drumm.

The Drum And Bugle Corps Will Be Heading To Philadelphia For Independence Day

The 7th Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corps has once again received a very distinguished invitation to take part in a parade next year. Conrad Namtvedt with the Drum and Bugle Corps says that they'll be traveling to the “Birthplace of Freedom” next summer.

Bids Being Accepted For Bison From State Herd

Written bids are now being accepted for the purchase of 11 bison from the herds at Hot Springs and Bear River State Parks. Park Superintendent Kevin Skates says all of the animals have been properly vaccinated and are in good shape.