Archive - Aug 2012 - News

August 21st

Commission Grants Mullinax CUP Request

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Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier

Mullinax Concrete's request for a conditional use permit to manufacture briquettes at its existing coal retail/wholesale business at 2264 Industrial Road was approved by Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday. Commissioner Steve Maier.

Sheridan County Approves G&F Lease for Lake DeSmet

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Sheridan County Approves G&F Lease for Lake DeSmet

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved a 99-year lease with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for Lake DeSmet water rights. Commissioner Bob Rolston says that the Commissioners have always been behind the proposal.

Beckton Road Closes Tomorrow, 8-Noon

County Road 89, also known as Beckton Road, will close tomorrow morning at 8 until approximately noon for required maintenance.

Highway Patrol Seizes 200+ Pounds of Marijuana

Troopers with the Wyoming Highway Patrol intercepted 231 pounds of high-grade Marijuana and $3000 in cash Sunday morning after stopping a commercial semi tractor pulling a trailer in the Elk Mountain area near Laramie.

August 20th

Expert Identifies Early Signs of Elder Abuse

Victims of abuse are sometimes unlikely to report the wrongs they suffer, and this is especially true of senior citizens.

Lease Agreement for Grinder Approved

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City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts

City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts presented the Sheridan City Council with a 7-year lease agreement with Peterson Pacific Corp. to lease a lateral grinder for use at the City Landfill.

Sheridan Mayor Candidates on Parks and Recreation

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The two candidates for mayor of Sheridan appeared together with Public Pulse host, Kim Love, on Newstalk 930, KROE, to talk about community issues for the second time since the start of the election season.

Congresswoman on Why Ryan Was The Best Choice

It's been a little over a week now since Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney announced that Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan would be his Vice Presidential running mate.

Johnson County Commissioners To Meet Wednesday

Due to Tuesday's Primary Election in Wyoming, the Johnson County Commissioners will have their second meeting of August on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.

Buffalo Council To Have Third Reading On Alley Vacation

Buffalo's City Council will have their final meeting for August on Tuesday and will work through a light Agenda.

The city will have the third and final reading on Ordinance No. 1358, which will partially vacate an alley in the Hamilton Addition to the city.