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June 21st, 2011

Rate Increases Approved By Sheridan City Council

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City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts

Sheridan residents will notice an increase in their water and sewer bill effective July 1, as the Sheridan City Council approved the increase as part of their budget for the fiscal year.

SEEDA Continues to Move Forward With Hand in Hand RFP

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SEEDA Continues to Move Forward With Hand in Hand RFP

The process of putting together a Request for Proposal for use of the Hand in Hand facility in Sheridan continues as the SEEDA Board were presented with a draft RFP at a special meeting Tuesday. SEEDA Chairman Dr.

June District 2 Report

Sheridan County School District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty

Action and information filled the hour-long Sheridan School District 2 Board of Trustees meeting Monday night.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue RFP Presentation

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SFR Division Chief Terry Lenhart gives a presentation Monday in Council Chambers.

The three person panel committee made up of City of Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens, City Council President John Bigelow and City Clerk Scott Badley heard presentations Monday regarding the three proposals to provide ambulance.

Rocky Mountain RFP Presentation

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RMAS Owner's Rick Ballard and Marc Ketcham

Rocky Mountain Ambulance Service of Sheridan was the second presentation Monday before the panel committee who's in charge of reviewing the three RFP submittals to provide ambulance service within the City of Sheridan.

Single Role RFP Presentation

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Fire Chief Patrick Reitz goes over the numbers Monday in Council Chambers.

The third and final presentation Monday to the panel committee that's reviewing the RFP's for ambulance service within the City of Sheridan was from Fire Chief Patrick Reitz.

Sheridan City Council Approves Budget Resolution

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The Sheridan City Council adopted a $28.4 million budget Monday night.

After months of department cuts and countless work sessions and meetings to come up with ways to balance the budget, The Sheridan City Council approved a $28.4 million budget.

NEA – RA in Chicago: Priority Schools

Kathryn Valido, President of the Wyoming Education Association

Monday we reported that the Wyoming Education Association will be taking over thirty delegates to the National Education Association Representative Assembly, held this year in Chicago.

Slide Causes Continued Closure on U.S. 14

U.S. Highway slide area 31.5 miles east of Greybull. (Photo Courtesy WyDOT)

A media release Monday evening from WyDOT's Region 4 Public Information Specialist, Ronda Holwell, indicates that U.S. 14 remains closed about 31.5 miles east of Greybull at about 100 feet of the road way.

Superintendent's Administrative Assistant Retires

Leah Olafson smiles for the camera at her final Sheridan School District 2 Board of Trustees meeting. Olafson served the District for over 30 years, the last as Administrative Assistant to Superintendent Craig Dougherty.

A fond farewell was said to Leah Olafson at Monday's District 2 Board meeting.