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SAWS Board Updated on Treatment Plant and Station Upgrades

SAWS Board Updated on Treatment Plant and Station Upgrades (Photo by Chris Foy)

At their meeting Wednesday, the Sheridan Area Water Supply Board heard an update on current projects - including upgrades to the Sheridan Water and Big Goose Treatment Plants.

Buffalo City Works To Replace Computers At WTP

Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook presented to the city council at their last meeting information on computers that will need to be purchased for the water treatment plant.

Johnson County Looking Into Capital Improvements Plan

At a scheduled work session Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners discussed implementing a Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) for the county, similar to one already in use by the City of Buffalo.

State Of Johnson County? Good Says Commissioner Eitel

Delbert Eitel

The State Of The County Address was presented at a Wednesday luncheon, and Johnson County Commission Chair Delbert Eitel said the state of the county is “pretty good.”

Sheridan's Servers Shun “Tip Socialism”

The state legislature is considering a bill this week that would require service industry professionals to pool some of their tips together and redistribute the money.

State Legislature Activity Summary

Events on the 26th day of 2013 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature: Tues., Feb. 12:

Barrasso Balks at State of the Union Address

Wyoming Senator, John Barrasso, was unimpressed with the President's State of the Union Address.

DeltaNu Chief Operating Officer to Present in Sheridan Feb. 28

DeltaNu Chief Operating Officer to Present in Sheridan Feb. 28 (Courtesy photo)

DeltaNu's Chief Operating Officer, Tony Nevshemal, will give a presentation in Sheridan on Thursday, February 28th, on how to transform small businesses into successful companies. The presentation will take place at 5:30 p.m. at the Black Tooth Brewing Company.

Johnson County Discusses One-Percent Funding At Workshop

Johnson County's Commissioners scheduled a special work session Tuesday morning to discuss a number of topics including one-percent allocation.

Sen. Enzi: 'Long-Term Fiscal Outlook Far From Positive'

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Sen. Enzi: 'Long-Term Fiscal Outlook Far From Positive' (Photo by Chris Foy)

Dr. Douglas Elmendorf, director of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), testified before U.S. Senator Mike Enzi recently and said the economy will grow - but gradually. Elmendorf explains.

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