During his monthly visit as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan Mayor John Heath went into detail on the decision to create, and subsequently appoint Police Chief Richard Adriaens as Interim Chief of Staff for the city.
Results are in for the first community survey that was conducted as part of the Sheridan Land Use Plan project. The survey was conducted by MMI Planning in partnership with Orion Planning Group and the City of Sheridan.
Candidates for superintendent of public instruction, from left to right, Mike Ceballos, Bill Winney, Jillian Balow, and Sheryl Lain. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Candidates for the Superintendent of Public Instruction were on hand at this week's candidate forum at Sheridan College that was sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.
Beth Holsinger has been named new Executive Director of the Downtown Sheridan Association. (Photo courtesy of the DSA)
Two weeks ago Sheridan Media reported that Downtown Sheridan Association Executive Director Stacie Coe had resigned from the position, and the Board of Trustees for the DSA were in the process of finding a new director.
The first night of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce candidate forums drew a crowd Tuesday night, as the Whitney Presentation Hall at Sheridan College was near capacity with people interested to hear the candidates for state and federal positions.
Twenty-five-year-old Miranda Mraz of Sheridan was arraigned in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Tuesday. Mraz is charged with seven counts of felony forgery, and one count of theft for altering customer's credit card receipts at the Firewater Bar and Grill on North Main in Sheridan.
Local 276 Firefighters Union President George Neeson (Photo by Ron Richter)
During the public comment period of Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, Local #276 Firefighters Union President George Neeson addressed the Council regarding a memorandum of understanding that he's proposed to the City in regards to a contract between the two sides.
The Sheridan City Council last year removed from consideration Developer Don Roberts rezone request for the Cloud Peak Ranch Sixteenth Filing due to neighbors concerns over the property being rezoned to R-3 residential.