The Sheridan High Tech Business Park landscaping project consists of the installation of 54 trees and a drip irrigation system for the trees along High Tech Road within the business park in north Sheridan.
The University of Wyoming has concluded a two-year study to assess what it can do to strengthen international education in Wyoming. Anne Alexander is the director of International Programs at the University and served as co-chair of the study.
The Sheridan County Commission approved consideration of a new floodplain management plan, granted a transfer of a liquor license for a new business and heard a proposal for pari-mutual wagering on horse racing during Tuesday’s regular meeting at the courthouse.
At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Buffalo City Council discussed a number of possibilities for the Vision Buffalo Committee to focus its efforts now that the Crazy Woman Square project is coming to a close.
Following a brief executive session Monday night, the Sheridan City Council approved the purchase of a little over four acres of property that will be used to expand the current City Service Center on KROE Lane. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson.
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