This weekend is the kick-off of the river recreation season in Wyoming. Rivers are running high and fast, which is a lure for whitewater lovers, but it’s also the time of year when river accidents peak.
Earlier this week a representative from Tongue River Communications approached the Dayton Town Council requesting an exception on moving some overhead lines. Dayton recently passed an ordinance that requires any new service lines to be buried underground.
The Sheridan Recreation District's preliminary budget shows almost a one-hundred thousand dollar decrease when compared to last years budget. Recreation Director Richard Wright explains where the district had to do some trimming.
The Sheridan Senior Center, YMCA, Sheridan Recreation District and Wyoming Rehab are once again coming together in a good health partnership to host the Senior Health and Wellness Days next Wednesday and Thursday in Sheridan.
Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers will once again be participating in the National Operation CARE program for the Memorial Day weekend. Highway Patrol Sgt. Stephen Townsend says the combined accident reduction effort is to deter the three main causes for highway fatalities.
First they were going to be released, now it appears they won't be. Were talking about photos that show U.S. Military personal abusing detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan. This week's Bank of Sheridan weekly poll is should President Obama release the photographs documenting abuse of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan?
One of the statues that's been on loan to the City of Sheridan Public Arts Committee is “The Dance”, which has been located in front of the Sheridan Inn. Public Arts Committee Chair Fachon Wilson says efforts continue to make the statue a permanent fixture in Sheridan.
The City of Sheridan and Sheridan County have now both adopted the Joint Planning Area Land Use Plan, this after Monday night's unanimous decision by the City Council. City Planning Director Robert Briggs says a lot of people came together to develop the plan.
State Representative Mike Madden appeared on KROE'S Public Pulse program Monday, where he discussed a number of different topics with host Kim Love. One of the topics Madden addressed was property taxes and the fact that a homestead exemption is most likely not in the foreseeable future.
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