Archive - Jul 18, 2013 - News

Fair Board Discusses Water Improvement Project

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Sheridan County Fairgrounds Facilities Director Jamie Ringley (Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger gave a presentation to the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees Thursday about providing a permanent fix to the water pressure problem at the Fairgrounds.

Sheridan Company Wins 1st Place in Software Competition

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

MobileHealthWare of Sheridan has received a 1st place award by a panel of health care information technology experts for their innovative mobile software application.

Commissioners Discuss Riparian Management

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The Sheridan County Comprehensive Plan was formally adopted in December of 2008. While the plan was being put together, the County took notice that there was a lot of public input to protect the riparian areas in Sheridan County.

Sen. Barrasso: 'McCarthy is Wrong Person to Lead the EPA'

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Sen. Barrasso: 'McCarthy is Wrong Person to Lead the EPA'

U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke on the floor of the House on Thursday about his opposition to President Obama's nomination of Gina McCarthy as head of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Sheridan College President Discusses Tech Education Bond Initiative

Sheridan College President Discusses Tech Education Bond Initiative

UPDATE 6:12 p.m. During his Thursday visit with host of Public Pulse, Kim Love, Sheridan College President Paul Young discussed the details surrounding the $15.85 million bond issue that will come before the voters in a special election on August 20.

UW's Saturday University Stops at Spear-O-Wigwam This Weekend

UW's Saturday University Stops at Spear-O-Wigwam This Weekend

The University of Wyoming's educational outreach program to different corners of the state, called Saturday University, is making an appearance in Sheridan this weekend.

Letter from the Public: Obama Energy Tax Will Kill Economic Growth, Jobs

Last month, President Obama unveiled his plan for a national energy tax. On Thursday, I am introducing legislation that will give senators a chance to tell the American people exactly where they stand on this proposal.

Commissioners Investigating Lands In Southern Jo Co

Lands that are apparently owned by the county near Sussex in southern Johnson County are being looked into to determine if the county actually owns them, how many acres are there and determine if the commissioners will possibly sell them.

Buffalo Chamber Luncheon Focuses On Obamacare

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon featured Brad Johnson with Covenant Insurance discussing how the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or more commonly, Obamacare will affect those of us here in Wyoming and the Nation.

Buffalo Council OKs Substantial Completion For Sports Fields

At their meeting Tuesday the Buffalo City Council approved a request from City Planner Zach Montgomery to declare the Sports Fields Complex as “substantially complete,” and begin the one year warranty period for the project.