Archive - May 2011 - News

May 10th

Planning Commission Approves Medical Arts District

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved an ordinance Monday night amending the City code to include a Medical Arts District.

City Adopts Budget Resolution at Special Meeting

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The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday night where they passed a budget resolution directing staff to publish a Request for Proposals for ambulance services within the City.

Don't Tell My Parents

On Tuesday evening, May 17th, the Historic Sheridan Inn will be the venue for a "Tell it to Me Straight - Dinner Like No Other" event.

Senior Center Needs Assessment Presentation

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A little over four months ago the Sheridan Senior Center obtained the services Community Builders Inc. to conduct a needs assessment for the Senior Center.

Keeping Big Government Out of Wyoming

While speaking at the recent Reagan Day Dinner, Governor Matt Mead reiterated that governmental policies aren't always in the best interests of Wyoming, and that he will continue to fight for what's right for the people of the Cowboy State.

Buffalo Luncheon Features Mental, Holistic Health

The monthly Chamber Luncheon, sponsored by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be this Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse Conference Room, beginning at noon.

Jo Co School Board Approves Preliminary Budget

Monday night at the first of two meetings scheduled this month, the Johnson County School Board received a report on a preliminary budget for the 2011/2012 year.

Jo Co Commission Approves Bypass Agreement

The Johnson County Commissioners approved an easement agreement between themselves and a number of landowners on North Bypass Road.

May 9th

College Chooses Academic Center Architect

CTA Architects Engineers of Gillette, Jackson and Billings has been selected to design the Sheridan College Academic Center.

“Nite at the Races” CHAPS Fundraiser

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Saturday was the 8th Annual “Nite at the Races”, a rip-roaring fundraiser benefiting CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy Program.