Archive - Apr 20, 2010

Bridgecreek PUD Conceptual Plan Approved

Bridgecreek Developer Paul Del Rossi

After over two hours of hearing staff presentations, public concerns and a report from the developer and engineer for the project, the Sheridan City Council approved the conceptual plan for the Bridgecreek Planned Unit Development.

The Bridgecreek PUD will be located north of Smith Street and west of Jefferson Street just adjacent to the pedestrian bridge to Kendrick Park. Developer Paul Del Rossi explains what he's proposing.

Bar And Grill Applicants Denied

Sheridan City Councilman John Bigelow

The Sheridan City Council awarded one of the two Bar and Grill Liquor licenses the City holds at their March 15th meeting, and elected to table the issuance of the lone remaining license. That item was removed from the table Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

The Bridge Is On Its Way To Dayton

The new private bridge will be in Dayton Wednesday morning.

Late last year the Dayton Town Council approved the installation of a bridge over the Tongue River at Canyon Road that would provide better access to the water treatment plant. That bridge is scheduled to arrive in Dayton early Wednesday morning. Dayton Mayor Bob Wood.

Daniels Fund Announces 2010 Scholars

Daniels Fund announces 2010 scholars

24 high school seniors from around Wyoming have been named Daniels Fund Scholars. David Sampson from Sheridan High School is one of the 24, and Daniels Fund Vice President Peter Droege explains what the scholarship means for Sampson.