The August 20th special election concerning the Sheridan College 15.85 million dollar bond issue is fast approaching. If approved, the money would be used to renovate and expand the college's tech center.
Friday we told you about a scam in Sheridan where a citizen was contacted by phone in an effort to obtain their credit card information that would have no doubt been used fraudulently. The individual suspected fraud and did not give out any of their information.
The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders group will be hosting the 2013 Congressional/Mayoral Fact Finding trip this upcoming week. Sheridan City Councilman Alex Lee says that the tour will begin in Sheridan on Sunday and will continue through northeast Wyoming throughout the
Thursday night's regularly scheduled meeting of the Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission saw a packed house with many concerned citizens with an opinion on the proposed amendments to county zoning regarding riparian areas. After more than two hours of public comment, the planning commission voted 4-1 in favor of recommending approval of the amendments with some additional conditions.
Offering a hand up to those in need, Sheridan Angels is a group that has grown quite a bit since it was created just last January. Now, it's members are getting ready to deliver 430 backpacks full of school supplies to children who need them.