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May 22nd, 2012

Johnson County OKs Fuel Station, King Lane Development

Johnson County's Commissioners heard an update from Nelson Engineering and Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer on the proposed county fuel station and extension and upgrade to King Lane, and approved moving forward with both projects.

Bikers Raise $1800 To Feed Local Kids

(Photo courtesy of David Sterling)

More than 150 bikers and riders participated in the Food Group's poker run Sunday.

May 21st

Sheridan City Council Approves North Main Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan

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NMA Board President Shelleen Smith

The Sheridan City Council approved the North Main Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan at their meeting Monday night. North Main Association Board President Shelleen Smith addressed the Council, stating that they'd like to embark on a study on the north Main corridor.

Household Hazardous Waste Facility is Saving the City Money

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Household Hazardous Waste Facility is Saving the City Money

City of Sheridan Solid Waster Manager Charles Martineau reported to the City Council Monday during the latest budget work session that the Household Hazardous Waste Facility at the City Landfill continues to save the City money.

SCLT Looking for Volunteers for Trail Construction

SCLT Executive Director Colin Betzler

Earlier this month we reported that the Sheridan Community Land Trust received two grants totaling $55,600. The majority of those funds will be used to construct the 4.4 mile Soldier Ridge Trail west of Sheridan.

Sage Grouse Meeting Wednesday In Buffalo

Warren Mischke, Wyoming Game and Fish

The Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Working Group will have their May meeting in Buffalo Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Staeakhouse, beginning at 9:30 am.

Local IT Firm Boasts Sheridan's Geographic Security

A local IT firm is touting Sheridan's relative geographic safety as a selling point for information security.

Public Meeting On Lake DeSmet Lease In The Works

The Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition's Marketing Committee has discussed the need for greater public input on the proposed lease of the lake to the Wyoming Game and Fish, and sent their recommendations to the Coalition for their thoughts.

Buffalo Public Works Reports Projects, Award To City Council

Buffalo's Public Works Director Les Hook gave his report to the city council last week, saying the new 2-hour parking signs have been installed downtown.

Barasso's Opponent Makes Anti-Jew Statements, Quotes Hitler

A Wyoming man who is running for the U.S. Senate has posted material on Facebook denigrating Jews and agreeing with some beliefs of Adolf Hitler.