Archive - Jan 2010 - News

January 14th

ZIRC Group Is Behind Schedule But Making Progress

When the City of Sheridan received the final draft of the Zucker Report in June 2008, the Council created a committee to implement the recommendations contained in the report within an 18-month timeframe. The Zucker Implementation Review Committee has been working since that time to streamline the development process in the City.

2009 State Of The Chamber

2009 was a tough year for business, both small businesses and corporations, alike. The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is constantly trying to support its members with services that can increase the chance for member success even in a rough economy.

City Of Sheridan Will Continue To “Experiment” With Curbside Recycling

Over the past several years the City of Sheridan has stepped up their recycling efforts considerably. The presence of numerous blue bins around the City is a testament to that effort and now the City is experimenting with curbside recycling. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey stresses that for now, curbside recycling is just that, an experiment.

Sheridan County Fair Will Be Two Days Shorter This Year

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees were presented with the schedule for the 2010 Sheridan County Fair at their monthly meeting Thursday night.

College District Board Of Trustees Seeking Public Input On Presidential Search

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees has announced that they will be holding two public forums next week to help aid in the search and recruitment of a new president.

MDU Files Supplemental Electrical Increase Request

Montana Dakota Utilities announced that it is adjusting the proposed electrical rate increase filed with the Wyoming Public Service Commission last August.

January 13th

MDU Discusses Proposed Rate Increase With Public Today

Representatives from Montana-Dakota Utilities are in Sheridan today to give a presentation, as well as answer questions about the proposed electrical rate increase filed with the Wyoming Public Servic

County To Take Over Administrative Duties For SAWS In March

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board will turn over the administrative functions of the system to Sheridan County this spring.

Sheridan Area Water Supply Considers Rule Changes

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board has been considering altering its rules for several years and has limited recent changes to its rate structure.

City Of Sheridan Concerned Over Employee Domestic Violence Allegations

The Sheridan City Council held a special executive session Wednesday and discussed a specific personnel issue.