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September 20th, 2011

VOA's Recovery Month Community Activities is Saturday

As a part of national recovery month, Volunteers of America Northern Rockies will host a celebration Saturday for those who have made accomplishments in their recovery programs.

Rollover at Rock Creek Claims Two Lives

Information on the accident that closed a section of Interstate 90 just north of Buffalo Saturday evening has been released by the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

Blood Drive Wednesday, Health Fair is Saturday

Health professionals from the area will offer various types of wellness information to the public for free this Saturday at the Sheridan County Health Fair.

Reservoir Fire Slows, May Pick Back Up Later this Week

Cooler temperatures and about a half-inch of rain have laid down the Reservoir Fire during the past week, but Big Horn National Forest officials say the fire may pick up again closer to this weekend.

Buffalo/Jo Co Animal Control Agreement On City Agenda

The Buffalo City Council will discuss and possibly adopt an agreement between the City and Johnson County for the City animal control officer to provide services to the County.

Jo Co Commission Out of Town; No Meeting This Week

The Johnson County Commissioners will have no commissioner's meeting this week, as they will be out of town attending other meetings.

Public Meeting Tonight on New Buffalo School

Dr. Rod Kessler

The first public meeting on the new school that will be built in Buffalo will be tonight at 5:30 pm at the Clear Creek School Gymnasium.

September 19th

City Treasurer Gives End of Year Update to Council

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City of Sheridan Treasurer Jennifer Reed

City of Sheridan Treasurer Jennifer Reed updated the City Council Monday night on the revenues and expenditures by fund for the City's General, Special Revenue and Enterprise funds.

More Work To Be Done On City's Purchasing Policy

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City of Sheridan continues to work on developing a purachasing policy.

The City of Sheridan continues to make progress on developing a purchase policy for all City employees, however more work needs to be done before it can come before the City Council for approval.

SAWS Continues to Address Future Government Mandate

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Sheridan County Public Works Director and SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board recently approved a resolution supporting the City of Sheridan giving notice to the EPA of their intent to prepare a Watershed Control Plan for the area above the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant.