The Buffalo City Council, on a 3-2 vote, approved on second reading Ordinance No. 1360 which will increase sewer rates 100% across the board to all users, but the issue has become dividing one among the council members.
ASAP Collecting Input on Ways to Combat Drug Use in Sheridan (Photo courtesy of Flickr user LeoAmadeus)
Members of the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention are asking Sheridan County residents for their input in coming up with prevention solutions in the areas of tobacco and the use of other drugs in brief online survey.
A their last meeting the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees got some good news about their health insurance costs due to fewer claims and a possible continuation of a savings in premiums.
At their meeting Tuesday evening the Buffalo City Council got a request from Mike Quast of the Johnson County Family YMCA for just over $17,000 to replace aging lighting in the gymnasium and pool areas of the city-owned building.
The Legislative Conference Room in the Wyoming State Capitol. The Joint Appropriations Committee and Gov. Matt Mead differ over how much money to save and how to save it. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile — click to enlarge)
Sen. Burns on Imminent Budget Cuts (Courtesy photo)
Following a busy week for the Wyoming legislature, Senator Bruce Burns says the rejection of a bill to hike the fees for hunting and fishing licenses will have some definite consequences for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Senator Burns explains.