The future of Kendrick Pool in Sheridan was discussed at Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session.

In our most recent letter from the public, registered nurse for Sheridan County Public Health, Toby Granger, spoke out about the need for the community to get involved in making Wyoming a healthier place, when it comes to substance abuse, and the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

The City of Sheridan had to remove several older trees in Kendrick Park last year for safety reasons. While removing trees from a park is never a good thing, the City is making the best out of the situation by having some of the large stumps turned into artwork.

The billing office for the Sheridan Memorial Hospital has been moved to an easier-to-find location for patients.

As we previously reported, the Sheridan City Planning Commission held a special session Monday to work through the ins and out of planned unit developments. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy reports that the planning commissioners and city staff discussed possibly clarifying the PUD ordinance to ensure there's consistency that developers, residents and city officials can count on, as the City of Sheridan continues to grow.

The Black Tooth Brewery in Sheridan was packed full Tuesday evening for the first-ever “Gunapalooza” put on by the Friends of the NRA.

During Tuesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session, Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens said that injury accidents in the past calender year are down 40 percent. Adriaens says that there are a number of contributing factors.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue began a pre-plan program a little over a year ago that is intended to familiarize the firefighters with the various commercial buildings within Sheridan. Fire Chief Terry Lenhart explains.

Syndicate content