Archive - Nov 3, 2009

Rabies Has Been More Common In Northeast Wyoming This Year

It's safe to say that skunks are not the most well liked animals, as they are notorious for emitting a bad smell when they spray. Not only are they one of the most stinky creatures in the animal kingdom, but they are also one of the biggest carriers of the rabies virus. Veterinarian Dr.

Ranchester Council Approves Final Plat Of Subdivision

The Ranchester Town Council approved the final plat of phase one of the Stonebrook Meadows Two Subdivision. Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger says that the procedure that was followed for this subdivision was a bit different than usual.

Dog And Cat Shelter Of Sheridan Is Taking Orders For Pet Christmas Stockings

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan is once again offering Christmas stockings for your pets this year. Shelter Director Cel Hope explains that the pet stockings offer a personalized gift for your four-legged friends.

Wyoming Treasurer Joe Meyer Announces He Has Lung Cancer

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Wyoming Treasurer Joe Meyer says he has
lung cancer and expects to undergo surgery in Cheyenne next week. Meyer said today that he discovered the cancer about two weeks ago when he sought medical treatment for chest pain. He says doctors tell him his tumor is malignant but it has not spread.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 11/03/09

Animal Shelter / Ron Micheli for Governor

Tuesday, November 3rd

SHS SPORTS - There are only a couple of weeks left in the fall sports season, and we had a chance to visit with Sheridan High School Activities Director Don Julian.

Sheridan City Council Gets Financial Update

The Sheridan City Council meeting last night started with a presentation of the new Utilities Director for the City. Dan Miller will start his new duties next week as he is training this week.

City Of Sheridan Approves Fee Waivers

The Sheridan City Council adjusted Plant Investment Fees and Building Fees across the board earlier this year. When this happened, it drastically reduced the funds available to cover lost revenues if the City waives project fees. The action was designed to reduce the number of waivers considered by the Council.

Liquor License Renewals Come Before Sheridan's City Council

Liquor licenses in the City of Sheridan run on a calendar year basis. The City Council approved most city-issued licenses for the year. The rub comes with the bar and grill licenses. When originally issued in May 2008, the license holders were given two years to put the licenses into use. Two of the three have shown no progress toward a functioning business in more than a year.