Archive - Nov 21, 2011 - News

Water and Sewer Rate Adjustments Moved to December 1st

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The City of Sheridan approved a water and sewer rate increase as part of their budget resolution for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 that was adopted by the City Council this past summer.

Council Eying On-Street Parking Ordinance

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Modifications to the City of Sheridan's ordinance pertaining to the abatement of buildings and nuisances was approved on third and final reading Monday night.

Net Loss Numbers Down at Kendrick Pool

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When the Sheridan Recreation District raised the rates at Kendrick Pool for the 2011 season, the goal was to try to minimize the net loss incurred annually from operating the pool.

Legislative Committee Studies Wyoming Veteran Services

Wyoming may need to update what it offers to today's military veterans. That's according to a new report from the the Wyoming Legislative Management Audit Committee.

Diabetes Sick Day Planning

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and Sheridan Memorial Hospital wants to make sure those taking insulin are well-educated during flu season.

Poll Question: War Memorial Best High School Championship Site?

For the past three years, the Wyoming High School Athletic Association has held the Wyoming State High School Football Championships at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.

Jo Co Justice Center to Receive New Acoustic Panels

The new Buffalo/ Johnson County Criminal Justice Center will be getting new acoustic panels in some offices and the dispatch center, after the county commissioners approved a contract to supply the materials and install them at their meeting last week.

Buffalo Company Featured At Governor's Business Forum

Mountain Meadow Wool of Buffalo was one of 21 businesses that were invited to give presentations at Governor Matt Mead's Business Forum, which was held last week in Cheyenne.

Weather No Problem for Buffalo Author Book Signing

The snowy weather this weekend didn't seem to hurt Buffalo author Steve Rzasa's book signing on Saturday at the Johnson County Library.

3rd and Final Reading of Abatement Ordinance is up Before Sheridan City Council Tonight

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The Sheridan City Council will meet this evening and will address an ordinance that has been tabled numerous times. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has a preview.