Archive - Jan 31, 2012 - News

Product Recalls Made Easy

Consumer Product Safety Commission

(WY News Service) -- Product recalls are now being made easier for Wyoming residents. The Consumer Product Safety Commission's website is user-friendly, says Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association President, Paul Shively.

SAEDTF: Marketing Sheridan

Sheridan Chamber Executive Director Dixie Johnson

Yesterday we had a story on the Sheridan Area Economic Development Task Force which released its new work plan last week. Today we will take a look at a big part of that effort: Marketing Sheridan.

Closing the Doors on SHAC

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Closing the Doors on SHAC

A little over five years ago the Sheridan Housing Action Committee was formed to establish affordable housing initiatives and to help prospective homeowners realize their dream of home ownership.

Safety First in School Zones

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Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens

Officials with the Sheridan Police Department continue to stress safety in and around school zones in Sheridan. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens says that parents can do their part in keeping things safe in school zones.

Council Work Session: Electronic Plan Review

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City of Sheridan Interim Building Official Kevin Bare

The Sheridan City Council held a noon work session Monday that dealt with new software that the City will be implementing shortly. In a matter of months, the City's building department will switch to electronic plan review that will benefit the City as well as contractors and developers.

Daffodil Days In Need of Volunteers

The American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days fundraiser is underway again and they are again in need of volunteers, says Gwen Turner.

JCSD1 Board Plans Next Step for Clear Creek School

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees discussed a number of options for the use of the old Clear Creek School building at their meeting last week in Kaycee.

Johnson County Approves Employee Review Resolution

A Resolution to give the Johnson County Commissioners authority to conduct employee reviews was passed at their last meeting, but not before discussions between the commissioners and some of the department heads and other county employees.