Archive - Apr 1, 2011 - News

City Hosts Landfill Follow Up Meeting

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The City of Sheridan hosted a follow up meeting to address concerns of neighbors of the City landfill.

The City of Sheridan hosted a follow up meeting Thursday night to a meeting they held in late February to address concerns of residents that live nearby the City landfill.

Concealed Carry Law: How Will It Affect Local Law Enforcement

Wyoming is now one of four states in the U.S. that allows residents to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.

A month ago Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed into law legislation allowing state residents to carry concealed handguns without obtaining a permit.

Customer Service Disney-Style

Former Disney Corporation Service Training Director, Doug Lipp, will be the Keynote Speaker at the annual Rapid City Convention & Visitors Bureau Hospitality and Tourism Industry Training Seminar on May 16th.

Disney magic is coming to Rapid City in May. While people won't be seeing a particular red-trousered mouse or blue-shirted duck, people in the hospitality industry will be treated to a presentation by Doug Lipp, a renowned leader in customer service training.

Water Treatment Plant Upgrades In Dayton

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Dayton Mayor Bob Wood

Government mandated upgrades to safeguard against cryptosporidium and giardia is something that the Town of Dayton has been working on at their water treatment plant.

Delk; Paumer Waive Speedy Preliminary Hearings

Circuit Court News

Sheridan resident Eddie Delk was to have had his Preliminary Hearing in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday afternoon, but he opted to waive his right to a speedy Prelim.

Trail End State Historic Site Opens Today

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The Trail End Historic Site in Sheridan opens for the 2011 season today. (Courtesy Photo)

The Trail End Historic Site in Sheridan will be opening for the season today. Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen gives us the rundown of their hours and when they're open throughout the season.

New JoCo Attorney Adjusts to Office

Johnson County Attorney Kenneth DeCock

Kenneth DeCock is the new Johnson County Attorney, after winning the position in the 2010 elections. DeCock took office in January of this year.

JCHC Board OKs Electronic Records

Johnson County Healthcare Center Board

The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board had their monthly meeting Wednesday evening, and Administrator Sandy Ward presented a proposal to the board pertaining to the hospital's implementation of Electronic Healthcare Records, or EHRs.