Archive - Mar 16, 2011

High Tech Park Design Standards

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The City of Sheridan continues to work with the consulting firm of Russell Mills Studios on the development of design standards for the High Tech Business Park in north Sheridan. The consultants have performed a series of interviews with stakeholders to receive input on the content of the document.

Sheridan #2 in Voting Results

March 15th was the deadline for voters to attempt to get Sheridan to the #1 position of the Top Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2011, from the list initially selected by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Out with the Silver Guardrails and In with the Black

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Employees of S&S Builders were hard at work Tuesday morning installing new guardrails on the N. Main Street bridge between 1st Street and Dow. The new black railing can be seen on the far (west) side as workers are prepping the near (east) side for installation of the new railing. Soon Sheridan will have color coordinated black traffic light poles, street lights and now guardrails.


Bronc Point Guard Raith Durham


Riley Ryan Sheridan

Raith Durham Sheridan

Wacey Lym Evanston

Jeff Lee Evanston

Taran Brown Gillette

Blaine Shaffer Gillette

Nick Mayes Laramie

Tate Hilgenkamp Laramie

Jordan Dick Natrona

Kyle Vinich Natrona

Daveon Gibson Rock Springs

Zack Rosette Rock Springs

Josh Hunsaker Star Valley

Hospital Board Approves $9.8 Million EMR System

Electronic Medical Records was the focus of a special meeting of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees Tuesday.

Milestones Children's Home Celebrates Grand Opening

A packed room full of dignitaries, financial supporters, staff and clients gathered Tuesday morning at the new Volunteers of America Milestones Children's Home. Officially open for business, several speakers made brief presentations before the Sheridan County Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon.

County Approves Allocation of Funds

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The Sheridan County Commissioners approved the allocation of $250,000 to Green House Living for Sheridan at their meeting Tuesday. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller explains how the County was able to provide the funding for Green House.

Trabing Road Project Entities Finally on Same Page

The Johnson County Commission, County Road and Bridge, WyDOT and JLM Engineering have been jointly planning work on Trabing Road for nearly five years.

Buffalo Settles with Frankovic Trust

At Tuesday's Buffalo City Council meeting, the long-running dispute between the city and the Frankovic Trust was settled.