At Wednesday’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson talked about how the past year went. Membership retention and chamber buck goals were two of the topics she spoke on.
Wednesday, Sheridan received several inches of snowfall. Due to this the City has declared a snow alert and will commence with their curb to curb snow removal on the Priority 1 pickup routes Wednesday night and the Priority 2 routes Thursday night.
State Legislators face a formidable task during this year’s General Session in Cheyenne, as the number one topic continues to be the revenue shortfall brought on by a slumping mineral extraction industry.
Water rights and other assets in and around Lake DeSmet have been put on the market by Sasol Synfuels and the State of Wyoming has been looking into the possibility of purchasing those assets through the Wyoming Water Development Commission.
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