Clarification on who would handle vehicle identification number inspections was the topic of Monday night's meeting between the Sheridan County Commissioners and the Sheridan City Council. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.
Johnson County's Commissioners are scheduled to discuss a request for a letter from the county to Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on zoning for a gravel pit for Roduner Rock, LLC.
That discussion is set for 9:05 am during their regular meeting Tuesday.
At a recent meeting of the Lander Planning Commission, of which I have been a member for years, it was mentioned that we would soon be deciding on the addition of yet another “storage” facility on the east edge of our town.
Over half of Americans are opposed to the Affordable Care Act or the so-called Obamacare and there still are groups out there trying to repeal it. While more people will have access to health care insurance, others, especially the high earners will have to pay for it.
It was a day devoted to the dogs. Saturday was the 2nd annual “Bark for Life,” a benefit for the American Cancer Society, but also a day to recognize that dogs make great companions for cancer survivors. Organizer Laramie Ulam ...
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