The Wyoming Department of Transportation met with 50 or 60 Sheridan area residents last night to get comments on the proposed North Main Interchange project they are designing. The work is not scheduled until 2015. WYDOT Spokesperson Ronda Holwell says the project is in its infancy and now is the time to get involved.
Every summer for the last 14 years, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has had a graduating class from the Leadership Sheridan County project. This year State Auditor Rita Meyer was a guest speaker for the graduation ceremony at the Chamber’s monthly luncheon.
The 2009 WYO Theater Gala is entitled “Singin' in the Rain”, and will be directed by Marva Craft with musical direction by Tami Davis. While the Gala may be over two months away, the auditions for it are coming up soon explains WYO Theater Marketing and Development Associate Erin Butler.
The First Christian Church in Sheridan will be the site this Saturday for the 1st annual “Share the Spirit” festival. Activities include, a bake sale, music featuring the Patchwork Singers, a silent auction, and food and games for the kids.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming's cattle population dropped 21% during the drought of the past decade, but rebounded slightly last year. The numbers are in a newly released annual report by federal and state agricultural agencies.
When Mikole Bede started working at the Sheridan County Courthouse this summer, she had no idea of the adventure she was in for. Her job was to catalog records that were discovered in an attic area of the old portion of the courthouse. So, what did she find?
The North Main Revitalization Initiative began in earnest last year. It was a successful attempt by the City of Sheridan to get neighborhoods to become active in the planning process for upcoming capital projects.
The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board reduced rates for the highest residential water users at their meeting last month. Because the rate decrease was defeated at the June meeting, the Board had to consider only a partial decrease in July and the action left out users with taps larger than 2 inches.
You’ve heard of the State Board of Equalization and the State Land and Investment Board, but what about the State Board of Control? That five-member board is part of the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office and they are responsible for regulating Wyoming water issues. The Board of Control meets every quarter, and this week they’re in Sheridan.