Archive - Mar 2013 - News

March 26th

Atty Gen Warns Against "Robocall" Scam

Investigators with the Wyoming Attorney General are warning citizens of a “Robocall” scam that attempts to solicit debit and credit card numbers from unsuspecting citizens.

Judge Cundiff Issues Deadly Weapons Ban

Judge Shelley Cundiff of the Fourth Judicial District Circuit Court has become the first in Sheridan County to issue a court order banning deadly weapons in her courtroom.

County Collects $91K in Election Debts

The election may seem like old news to most residents of Sheridan County, but they're just coming to a close from a financial viewpoint. Eda Thompson, County Clerk, explains.

Wyoming All Over National News

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Good going, Dick, Rulon, Christy and Kenny and sorry to hear about Jerry’s passing. These are all Wyoming folks who have been in the national news in recent weeks. How could I have missed all this?

March 25th

Sheridan Planning Commission Recommends Skyview West PUD for Approval

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At Monday night's meeting, the Sheridan City Planning Commission unanimously recommended the Skyview West Planned Unit Development for approval by the city council. The commissioners originally tabled the item at their previous meeting, citing the need for more information and discussion.

The Dogs Will Hunt

With Easter this upcoming Sunday, its no surprise that there are a slew of various Easter egg hunts this weekend in and around Sheridan. Sheridan Recreation District Executive Director Richard Wright explains what they've got planned for Saturday morning.

City Announces Dates for Free Landfill Weekends and Trees for Trash

The City of Sheridan has announced the dates for free landfill weekends for the spring and fall, as well as the annual date for Trees for Trash. City Solid Waster Manager Charles Martineau says there are some things that residents need to keep in mind.

Museum Working on Exhibit to Commemorate 125 Years of Sheridan County

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The Sheridan County Museum has been busy putting together an exhibit that will showcase the 125 years of Sheridan County history when they open their doors for the season in just over a month. Museum Director Nathan Doerr.

Special District Needed For Water Users On NW Pipeline

County Residents near the NW Water Pipeline project will need to establish a Special Improvements District (SID) should they opt to hook up to city water lines that will be installed this year.

Buffalo City Council OKs Release Of Funds To Contractor

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, approved a request from City Planner Zach Montgomery to release some retain-age funds to the contractor on the Crazy Woman Square Project.