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September 20th, 2011

Public Meeting Tonight on New Buffalo School

Dr. Rod Kessler

The first public meeting on the new school that will be built in Buffalo will be tonight at 5:30 pm at the Clear Creek School Gymnasium.

September 19th

City Treasurer Gives End of Year Update to Council

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City of Sheridan Treasurer Jennifer Reed

City of Sheridan Treasurer Jennifer Reed updated the City Council Monday night on the revenues and expenditures by fund for the City's General, Special Revenue and Enterprise funds.

More Work To Be Done On City's Purchasing Policy

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City of Sheridan continues to work on developing a purachasing policy.

The City of Sheridan continues to make progress on developing a purchase policy for all City employees, however more work needs to be done before it can come before the City Council for approval.

SAWS Continues to Address Future Government Mandate

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Sheridan County Public Works Director and SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board recently approved a resolution supporting the City of Sheridan giving notice to the EPA of their intent to prepare a Watershed Control Plan for the area above the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant.

Final State Redistricting Public Hearing Held in Sheridan

From left, members of the Joint Cooperations Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee Sen. Marty Martin of Freemont/Sweetwater Counties, committee Chair Sen. Cale Case of Freemont County and Rep. Pete Illoway of Cheyenne listen to a presentation on county representation Monday night at the Sheridan County Courthouse.

The Joint Corporations Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee held their final redistricting public hearing for the state on Monday night in Sheridan, and Sheridan and Johnson County's Option "A" Improved plan was presented to the committee.

Sheridan Man Arrested After Car Chase with Police

A high-speed car chase ended in a 31-year-old Sheridan man's arrest after he crashed his car into a light pole on Bellevue and Loucks Streets while trying to elude police early Saturday morning.

19-year-old Sheridan College Student Dies in Climbing Fall

(Updated with memorial service information)- A 19-year-old Sheridan College student died from the results of her injuries sustained in an accidental rock climbing fall Sunday afternoon near the Red Grade Road, Bear Gulch trail area, according to information from the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office.

CDC Reminds of Development Screenings, Additional Programs

The Child Development Center Region 2 wants to remind parents that fall is a good time to take advantage of their developmental screenings.

NWCCD Looking at Changing Gen. Ed. Credit Requirements

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is considering making some changes to the amount of General Education credits that are required for their Associates Degrees.

Poll Question: Pleased with Outcome of North Main Project?

Grand Re-opening of North Main Street. (Ron Richter)

A combined effort of several City of Sheridan and State entities, the North Main Revitalization Project in Sheridan is almost finished, as crews complete median construction for the project.