The Sheridan County Commissioners (Photo by Ron Richter)
On behalf of the Sheridan County Commission, Chairman Terry Cram issued a letter Wednesday to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey, about possibly meeting for the purpose of “clearing the air” on some issues of mutual interest.
The City of Sheridan issued a snow route alert Tuesday that affected a number of streets throughout the city. That alert will continue through noon today, as crews began removing snow from the remainder of the streets last night.
In 2011, the Sheridan Senior Center conducted a needs and assessment plan to help determine what areas need to be expanded on in the future. That assessment showed the need to increase the capacity of the day care and services offered to accommodate the growth in clients that use the facility.
To commemorate February as National Children's Dental Health Month, the students and faculty of the Dental Hygiene department at Sheridan College will host approximately 400 local kindergarteners Thursday at the college.
Sheridan Ice Figure Skater Elizabeth Winnop works on her routine in prepartion for Saturday night's 5th annual Ice Show at the Sheridan Ice Rink. (Photo by Ron Richter)
The Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters have been busy getting ready for the 5th annual Ice Show that will take place this evening at the Sheridan Ice Rink on the corner of Sheridan Avenue and Brundage Street.
The Board of Directors for the WYO Theater in Sheridan have announced that Executive Director Nick Johnson has tendered his resignation, effective April 4th of this year. Johnson says that the move is a career decision.
The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board approved a new policy that will affect customers prior to June 21, 1989, who've not yet connected to the system, but have paid the minimum base rate since September 1, 1994.
Two weeks ago, the Sheridan City Council tabled third and final reading of ordinance #2142 due to an amendment introduced that would have done away with the ward representation and went to an at-large City Council.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows that child deaths in car crashes have declined by over 43 percent over the past decade. Still, one in three deaths happened in cases where a child was not in a proper safety seat or restraint.
The Wyoming Senate Thursday initially rejected introduction of a bill that would form a “super committee” tasked with studying the duties of the superintendent of public instruction. The Senate reconsidered the bill during the afternoon session, and gave it the needed votes for introduction.