Officials with the Bighorn National Forest want the public to know that smoke may be visible in various parts of the National Forest during the winter months, as firefighters plan on burning slash piles. BHNF Public Affairs Specialist Susie Douglas.
A council orientation work session was held Tuesday for the new City Councilors in Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Sheridan City Councilor Elect for Ward III Levi Dominguez (Photo by Ron Richter)
Sheridan City Councilor Elect for Ward I Shelleen Smith (Photo by Ron Richter)
Council Chambers at Sheridan City Hall was the site Tuesday for a new councilor orientation work session. The New Year will bring three new councilors to the Sheridan City Council, as Levi Dominguez, Shelleen Smith and Kristin Kelly were elected earlier this month.
Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven brought a settlement proposal before the city council at their last meeting, suggesting to them it might be the best solution to an ongoing issue with the waste water treatment plant.
Rebecca Lewis, 59, lacked direction after she was honorably discharged from the army in 1986. After years of intermittent homeless, Lewis moved to Cheyenne and connected to the city’s office of Veterans Affairs, where she was able to collect her disability income and connect with assistance to find housing.
By Bill McCarthy, WyoFile.com
Rebecca Lewis of Cheyenne is a success story in the Department of Veterans Affairs effort to end homelessness among the nation’s military veterans by 2015.
Greg Madison stands ready to perform the official ribbon cutting at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Libarary to celebrate the recently completed intenet remodeling. Madison donated workstations to the library. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Greg Madison performs the official ribbon cutting at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Libarary to celebrate the recently completed intenet remodeling. Madison donated workstations to the library. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library now hosts one of the fastest connectivity speeds of any library in the state. The intenet remodeling was made possible via community contributions equal to the amount of $50,000.
Patrons at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will walk in to a pleasant surprise the next time they go looking for reference materials or Internet access.
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