Archive - Apr 2012 - News

April 4th

Buffalo Council OK's Parking Ordinance, Will Add Signage

At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Buffalo City Council approved on second reading Ordinance No. 1354, pertaining to offenses stemming from parking downtown.

Sage Grouse Hunting Regulation Comment Period Extended

The public comment period on the proposed 2012 sage grouse season regulation has been extended to April 24. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proposing a sage grouse season between September 15th through the 30th, with a daily limit of two birds and a possession limit of four.

April 3rd

Unemployment Rate for Sheridan County Remains at About 7%

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The Research and Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has released the unemployment numbers for the month of February. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Commissioners Approve Change Order for Jail Project

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The Sheridan County Commissioners approved a change order in the amount of $13,815 for the upgrades to the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month; Today is Action, Prevention Day

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and today, Tuesday April 3, is the national day of action for sexual assault prevention.

Sheridan City Council Approves Parking Resolution and Third Thursday Schedule

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Sheridan City Council took little time to work through a light agenda Monday night as the only items up for Council's consideration were on the consent agenda.

“Get on the Shelf” With Wonder Toppers

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Sheridan resident Tammy Wonder needs your vote to get her product on the shelf, which is a contest presented by Walmart. Wonder explains just what exactly her product called “Wonder Toppers” do.

Lummis Speaks to Sheridan County Republican Women

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis spoke to about 50 people Monday at the Historic Sheridan Inn, most of whom were Republican women.

SC Preps For Round Two Of Summer Classes At Spear-O Campus

Sheridan College has announced a second summer of classes it will offer at their Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus, and registration is now open for 11 classes that will begin as early as July 8.

Johnson County To Discuss Justice Center Security

The agenda for the Johnson County Commissioners is full for their meeting Tuesday, and one item that will be discussed is security equipment and staff for the new justice center, which is currently under construction.