Archive - Aug 2011 - News

August 20th

Department of Health: Not All “Birth Certificates” Official

The Wyoming Department of Health is reminding people that not all documents labeled as “birth certificates” are considered as official birth certificates frequently needed to prove identity.

RMI Organizational Meeting Monday in Buffalo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce announced there will be an organizational meeting for those interested in helping the Rocky Mountain International Roundup which will take place in Buffalo early in 2012.

August 19th

Think Wyoming First

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Bob Moberly from "Think Wyoming First" addresses the group at Washington Park Friday.

Close to 40 people gathered at Washington Park during the noon hour on Friday for a free lunch and to hear what the folks from “Think Wyoming First” had to say.

Wyoming Community College Commission Holds Budget Meeting

College Commission meets in Sheridan.

The Wyoming Community College Commission held a meeting for their 2013/2014 biennial budget Friday in Sheridan at the Watt Agricultural Center on the campus of Sheridan College.

Black Tooth Brewery to Compete for Wyoming State Microbrew Title

Sheridan's Black Tooth Brewery will enter Wyoming's official Microbrew Competition Saturday in Saratoga. The 16th annual competition will be the Sheridan brewery's first time competing for the state brew title.

WYDOT Advises Motorists of Projects in Dayton and Ranchester Area

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WYDOT District 4 Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell

The Wyoming Department of Transportation advises motorists that there are a couple of projects going on that may cause delays in northwest Sheridan County. US Highway 14 West of Dayton and WYO 343 from Dayton to Parkman are the areas that are currently affected.

Recycling on Hold While City Repairs Baler

The City of Sheridan Recycling Center asks that residents do not bring recyclable materials to their recycling bin drop-sites at this time, while they repair their baler. Charles Martineau, solid waste manager at the Sheridan City Landfill, explains.

NEWY Hosts Tours of Area For Congressional Staffs

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders, or NEWY, hosted a number of Congressional staff from Washington, D.C. last week, as they toured Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell Counties.

Jo Co Commissioners Finalize Mikesell/Potts Regulations

Johnson County Commission

The Johnson County Commissioners approved and signed the finalized regulations for the Mikesell/Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet.

Sign Up Now For Child Development Screenings

The Child Development Center, Region II will be having their Child Development Screenings next week in Sheridan and Buffalo.