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Budget Work Session: Revenues and One-Cent Funds

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Optional one-cent funding may be down a bit this year.

The first of what is to be many upcoming budget work sessions was held Tuesday by the City of Sheridan. The work session focused on revenues from various taxes that make up the City's general fund budget.

Travel and Tourism Director Visits Buffalo

Diane Shober, Wyoming Travel&Tourism Director

Diane Shober, Travel and Tourism Director for the State of Wyoming, was in Buffalo Tuesday night to help celebrate the town being selected as one of five pilot communities to help host National Travel and Tourism Week in Wyoming.

Buffalo's Garden Club Annual Plant Sale Saturday

Town and Country Garden Club will have its 55th Annual Plant Sale and Bake Sale this Saturday in Buffalo.

Update: Suspect Arrested Tuesday Afternoon

18-year-old Riley Larkins was arrested early Tuesday afternoon for his role in an incident involving a gun Monday night.

At about 1:30 Tuesday afternoon, 18-year-old Riley Larkins was located and arrested, says Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle.

City Offering Voluntary Buyouts

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The City of Sheridan is once again offering voluntary buyouts for employees this year.

The City of Sheridan is once again offering full-time employees voluntary buyouts this year. The City is looking to reduce payroll by approximately $300,000 to $400,000 to help with the projected $1.6 million shortfall in the 2012 general fund budget.

Planning Commission Approves Medical Arts District

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved an ordinance Monday night amending the City code to include a Medical Arts District.

City Adopts Budget Resolution at Special Meeting

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City Adopts Budget Resolution at Special Meeting

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday night where they passed a budget resolution directing staff to publish a Request for Proposals for ambulance services within the City.

Don't Tell My Parents

Teens will educate parents at the "Tell It to Me Straight" dinner May 17th at the Historic Sheridan. Free to the first 100 people to RSVP.

On Tuesday evening, May 17th, the Historic Sheridan Inn will be the venue for a "Tell it to Me Straight - Dinner Like No Other" event.

Senior Center Needs Assessment Presentation

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Consultants presented the the preliminary report of the needs assessment for the Sheridan Senior Center Monday.

A little over four months ago the Sheridan Senior Center obtained the services Community Builders Inc. to conduct a needs assessment for the Senior Center.

Keeping Big Government Out of Wyoming

U.S. Senator John Barrasso

While speaking at the recent Reagan Day Dinner, Governor Matt Mead reiterated that governmental policies aren't always in the best interests of Wyoming, and that he will continue to fight for what's right for the people of the Cowboy State.