Archive - Jul 17, 2009 - News

City Of Sheridan Looking To Fill Vacant Council Seat

Due to the resignation of Sheridan City Councilman Scott Severs, there's an open seat on the Council representing Ward 1. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains what those interested should do.

Rec. District Budgets For Water Spray Park

The Sheridan Recreation District passed their budget earlier this week. Fifteen thousand dollars of that budget will go towards something new for one of the local parks. Sheridan Recreation District Executive Director Richard Wright.

Senator Enzi Speaks Out On Health Care Reform Bill

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, a ranking Member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, spoke on the Senate floor recently to express his disappointment with the Kennedy health care reform bill that passed in the HELP Committee.

Enzi explains why it's so important to get this piece of legislation right the first time.

Depredation Season List Application Period Runs Through November 1st

Resident and nonresident hunters interested in being on the priority list for possible big game depredation prevention seasons in the Sheridan Region are reminded that they must apply directly for each species to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Regional office by 5 p.m. November 2nd.

Street Festival Brings Folks Downtown On Thursday Night

The second of four street festivals closed off Main Street in Sheridan last night. The crowds have grown since the first of the festivals last month. What do people think of the downtown festivals?

Community Development Block Grant Deadline Extended

The Wyoming Business Council announced this week they are extending the deadline for Community Development Block Grant applications until September 1st. Only governmental entities like the City of Sheridan or Sheridan County can request the grants. Anyone interested in the CDBG grant opportunities must get approval from the sponsoring institution.

Kids Find Ways To Stay Cool In The Heat Of Summer

Temperatures topped 85 degrees in Sheridan yesterday and local children are finding ways to cool off. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher caught them in the act.