Commissioners Appoint Viewer to Consider County Road Petition

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The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday appointed County Engineer Ken Muller as viewer to consider a petition from Nathan Mullinax requesting that Industrial Road be established as a County road. Commissioner Mike Nickel.

DSA Needs Used Bikes

The Downtown Sheridan Association is reaching out to the community in hopes of acquiring some gently used bicycles.

Chamber Hosts Drug-Free Workplace Seminar

Employers in Sheridan got a crash course in how to keep drugs out of their workplaces this morning. The Chamber of Commerce's Workforce Development Committee organized the training to help employers better understand the benefits of having a drug-free workplace.

Spring Season Triggers Allergies

After a long leave of absence, warm weather is making a comeback in Sheridan.

Buffalo's Raw Water Line Upgrade Nearing Completion

Nearly 1,000 feet of the line has been replaced and crews still need to complete the lower tie-in with the existing junction. They are still waiting on controls for the pressure-reduction valves and the project will be completed once those are installed.

Economic Development JPB Seeks Director

Members of the Buffalo/Kaycee/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board discuss options with representatives of MCS Strategies. Sheridan Media File photo.

Members of the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board spoke to both the Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commission at their last meetings, to give them an update on the organization, its goals and to gather support for an Economic Development Director.

Tickets On Sale Now For Buffalo Swim Club Duck Race

Volunteers gather ducks during last year's Buffalo Swim Club Duck Race.

The Buffalo Swim Club is currently selling tickets for their annual Duck Race which will happen Saturday, April 20th on Clear Creek in Buffalo.

City Council Tables Skyview West

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After nearly two hours of a public hearing that included presentations from the engineer for the project, adjacent landowners for and against the project, and three different attorneys, the Sheridan City Council elected to table the Skyview West PUD overlay Monday night.

New Restaurant Coming Soon

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The Sheridan City Council approved an application from the Phoenix Restaurant Group Monday night for a bar and grill license. This means that the corner of Brundage and Main Street in Downtown Sheridan will sit vacant no more as a new resteraunt on Main will be opening soon.

Governor Commends Jackson and Cody for Local Solution

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

Due to federal budget cuts in the congressional sequester, Yellowstone National Park officials were facing the reality of opening roads within the park later than usual due to a lack of funding that is required to snow-plow the roads.