Archive - Sep 3, 2013 - News

City Purchases Property for Service Center Expansion

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Following a brief executive session Monday night, the Sheridan City Council approved the purchase of a little over four acres of property that will be used to expand the current City Service Center on KROE Lane. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson.

City's Water Outlook Looking Good Despite Hot Dry Summer

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Despite a hot a dry summer where there has been little to no precipitation and the temperatures have consistently hovered in the 90's, the water supply for the City of Sheridan is in pretty good shape. City Water Treatment Superintendent Tom Manolis.

Council Approves Cooperative Agreement for North Main Interchange

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

Four separate maintenance agreements between the City and WYDOT were approved by the Sheridan City Council Monday night for the North Main Interchange Project.

Bicyclist Killed in Crash North of Sheridan

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol has confirmed that an unknown male bicyclist was killed Sunday morning 4 miles north of Sheridan.

Fluoride The Short Version

Some folks think fluoride should not be added to the drinking water because it is a poison and I respect their choice to not drink the water. However, the plain truth is that, everything is a poison! It is the concentration that matters.

Perfect State Slogan or Logo is Often Difficult to Locate

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Bill Sniffin

Wyoming has had some great slogans and logos over the years.  Its image of the bucking horse is one of best-known logos in the country.

Helping Out Miss Wyoming

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Miss Wyoming Rebecca Podio (Photo by Ron Richter)

Late last week we told you about Miss Wyoming Rebecca Podio gearing up for her trip to the Miss America Competition in Atlantic City.

Council to Consider Landscaping and Annexation Tonight

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council will consider the Wrench Ranch II annexation on second reading this evening, which would annex just over 264 acres into the City. The zoning for the area is proposed to be gateway, higher education and R-3 residential.

131 Years for Big Horn

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Chuck wagon cook Frank Lipus

It's one of the oldest towns in the county at 131 years, so why not throw a party? And that's just what the community of Big Horn did this past Saturday to celebrate its 131st anniversary with Big Horn Heritage Days.

This Week's Poll Question

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Syria has become a political as well as military hotbed since President Assad allegedly used chemical weapons on his own people.