Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his report to the city council at their last regular meeting, spoke highly of his staff, city crews and other emergency responders for their efforts during the flash flood event that happened the evening of Wednesday, June 3rd.
Last week, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead requested a presidential disaster declaration for Johnson and Niobrara Counties, which would qualify individuals and small businesses for federal assistance to help fund cleanup from the flooding that occurred in May and early June in those counties.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol, at the request of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, is investigating a fatal crash that occurred Monday night around 9:30 on Fairview Road, five miles southeast of Gillette.
Republican U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming issued a statement Monday, regarding the day’s Supreme Court decision requiring the EPA to consider the costs of the regulations it imposes on power plants.
Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns of Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)
The Appropriations Committee of the Wyoming Legislature met for two days last week in Cheyenne. State Senator Bruce Burns of Sheridan is a member of the committee, and says that declining revenues was a topic of concern.
The Big Horn Equestrian Center will once again be the site for the annual fireworks extravaganza Saturday night. Gates will open at 4 and music by Dave Munsick will begin at 7:30. Fireworks Sponsor Bruce Burns says that it’s a good idea to get there early.
The Sheridan Farmers Market is set to begin Thursday, July 9 on Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan. The market will run each Thursday from 5 to 7 through September 24. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory says that she expects big things for this year’s market.