Archive - May 2017

May 3rd

County Commission Approves CMAQ Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and accepted an agreement between the county and the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) for 2017 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) in the amount of $200,000.

County BOE Sides With Assessor In Tax Protest

Johnson County's Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Equalization, sided with the County Assessor Cindy Barlow in a tax protest case that will now likely go to the State's Board of Equalization for review.

Buffalo Council Considers Approving Labyrinth Park

The City of Buffalo will possibly be getting a new park with a labyrinth, if plans of a local non-profit service organization are implemented.

A Look Back in Time: May 4, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 4, 1917.

Wording of Liquor Licensing Ordinance Concerns Dealers

Some liquor dealers at a meeting Wednesday night expressed concerns that obeying Sheridan's new city liquor licensing ordinance as it's now written could require them to pay administrative fees.

Social Agencies Council Presents Awards

Carol Lundgren and Terry Yentzer were presented with achievement awards during a luncheon of Sheridan's Council of Social Agencies Wednesday.

College Holds Arbor Day Event

Agricology students at Sheridan College participated Wednesday in planting five trees around the college's Veterans Plaza near the entrance as part of the college's Arbor Day celebration.

70th Annual SC Student Juried Art Show

The opening reception for Sheridan College’s 70th Annual Student Juried Art Show will be Thursday night at the Whitney Center Gallery. According to Center Director Dr.

1st United Methodist Church to Host Open House in Renovated Building

In celebration of the recently finished renovations on their building, Sheridan’s 1st United Methodist Church will host an open house on Sunday. Pastor Don Derryberry said that he would like to also invite the public to their service.

UW Strategic Plan Should Be Completed for Implementation by July 1

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The University of Wyoming unveiled the draft for their 5-year strategic plan which calls for advancements in academic quality, enrollment, statewide engagement, diversity, and economic development. The draft plan was presented in several public meetings last month to garner public feedback.