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May 4th, 2012

County P&Z Recommends Amendment to Allow Wind Energy Systems

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County P&Z Recommends Amendment to Allow Wind Energy Systems

The Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended approval of an amendment to the County's rules and regulations to allow small wind energy systems in all of the zoning districts with the exception of the airport district.

May 3rd

Council to Consider Land Donation

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

At their upcoming meeting next Monday, the Sheridan City Council will be considering approval of a donation of five acres of land in the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision. The land is being donated by Neltje and Butch Jellis. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Snowpack Report for Sheridan County

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Snowpack Report for Sheridan County

Earlier this week the Natural Resource Conservation Service in Casper reported that the overall state snowpack is at 45 percent of average, which is considerably lower than last year at this time when it was at 152 percent of average.

JCHC Board Gets Construction, Recruiting Updates

Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Helathcare Center Board of Trustees heard updates from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward on the current constuction project and with ongoing recruiting efforts.

Story Fire Dept. Invests Education In Firefighters

Story Fire Deptarment Fire Chief Mike Onstott will travel to the Wyoming Fire Academy in Riverton this month to complete his certification as a level one firefighter.

Council Awards Bid For Buffalo Bandshell Renovation

Band shell in Buffalo's Washington Park

At their meeting Tuesday, the Buffalo City Council awarded the bid to renovate the bandshell in Washington Park to 76 Ranch Co./Fran Walter Construction, on the recommendation of City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.

CHAPS Nite At The Races Is This Weekend

Chaps Equine Assisted Therapy is hosting its annual Nite at The Races event this weekend.

Johnson County Discusses Old And New Furnishings

During their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners discussed furniture, both old that is in storage and new that needs purchased for the new court facility.

Mountain Access Coming Soon

Sheridan County Officials are starting to talk about opening mountain access roads.

UW Looks At Budget Cuts

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is scheduled to hear a presentation on possible budget cuts for next year.