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May 23rd, 2012

Changes to the Board

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The Historic Sheridan Inn

In early April of this year, the Sheridan Heritage Center announced that the Historic Sheridan Inn was in financial trouble due to the fact the the Heritage Center could not keep up on the monthly loan payments.

One-Cent Recipients Round Three

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One-Cent Recipients Round Three

Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session consisted of an update from Sheridan Travel and Tourism and presentations from the last batch of non-profits requesting optional one-cent funds from the City.

Don't Fear the Flush

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The City of Sheridan utility maintenance crews along with Sheridan Fire-Rescue have begun flow testing fire hydrants throughout the City. Crews expect to flow test and flush about a third of the City's fire hydrants.

City Utilities Bill Printing, Payment Processing Outsourced

Sheridan residents probably noticed their city utilities bill looks different this month.

Totals In For SCSCR Spay/Neuter Event

Photo Courtesy of Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue

The Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue reported they were able to spay or neuter 339 cats and dogs last weekend.

LDCC Hears Update From Work Group On Shoreline Issues

At their May meeting held in Buffalo last week, the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board was updated on the latest negotiations on shoreline easements with both private and public users and landowners at the lake.

Gov. Mead Criticizes Obama On Public Pulse

Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, appeared on Public Pulse on Newstalk 930, KROE, yesterday morning with host Kim Love.

Wyo. Kids Raised By Grandparents On The Rise

At least 4,000 kids in Wyoming are being raised by relatives other than their parents.

Buffalo City Planner Discusses Rec Board Projects

The City of Buffalo has applied for five grants for five different recreation-related projects they hope to accomplish.
Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery said they are looking forward to hearing some good news from the Johnson County Recreation Board in July.

Wyo Unemployment Rate Holds Steady

The unemployment rate in Wyoming held steady at 5.3 percent from March to April. The rate is down from 6 percent a year ago and remains well below the nationwide unemployment rate of 8.1 percent.