Sheridan County will be hosting two interactive workshops this Wednesday regarding their riparian area management plan. The workshops are a follow up to the initial interactive workshop held this past September.
City of Sheridan Treasurer Jennifer Reed will update the City Council on the financial picture tonight.
The Sheridan City Council may receive some bad news at their regularly scheduled meeting this evening as they will receive an update from the treasurer on how the City is doing half way through the fiscal year. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.
Electricity bills are substantially higher at the new Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center, compared to the old building, according to information discussed at the last county commissioner's meeting January 3.
During the last city council meeting January 3rd, Justin Gerard and Jason Carder were sworn into their new offices as city councilman and police chief, respectively.
There were a number of other appointments approved by the city council as well during the meeting.
Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook updated the city council on what his department has been doing during the early part of the year, saying snow removal had kept them busy over the Christmas/New Year Holiday week.
Buffalo's alcohol retailers did a very good job not selling to minors in the last round of compliance checks, according to Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, who gave the results to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.
Andy Bray, left, brings one of his pets to the rabies clinic in Buffalo Saturday. Olin Turner gets the paperwork started.
The biennial Buffalo Rabies Clinic was put on by the St. Francis Animal Shelter this past weekend, along with the help of a number of volunteers and the expertise of the BigHorn Veterinary Hospital and the Buffalo Veterinary Clinic.
The town of Ranchester is one step closer to having a contract with the Tongue River Fire Protection District after a productive work session held Thursday night. The issue goes back several years when the Town signed and offered a contract to the Ranchester Volunteer Fire Department.
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