Archive - Jul 6, 2010 - News

City Council Approves Liquor License Fee Modification

Sheridan City Councilman Steve Brantz

The Sheridan City Council approved an ordinance on 3rd and final reading that lowers the fee for a restaurant liquor license from $1,500 a year to $500. Not all of the Council was in agreement of the ordinance, as Councilor Steve Brantz voted against it. Brantz feels that the Council's decision to lower the fees sets a bad example for the community.

Goose Valley Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking for Goose Valley Fire Department

Tuesday was a special day for the men and woman of the Goose Valley Volunteer Fire Department, as they held the ceremonial groundbreaking for a new fire station to be located at the business park at the Sheridan County Airport. Goose Valley Fire Chief Bob Williams says that the new location will be a big benefit to the services they provide.

Library Director Search Narrowed

The search for a new library director has been narrowed to two.

The search for a new director of the Sheridan County Fulmer Library has been narrowed to two applicants. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Commissioners Approve Cell Tower; Board Appointments

At Tuesday's Sheridan County Commission meeting public comment was heard on the Conditional Use Permit for the proposed Kane Cell Tower at 312 Meade Creek Road in Sheridan.

Commission Awards Several Bids

The Sheridan County Commission met for their first regular meeting of July Tuesday morning.

The Commission awarded bids for the GA Ramp and Access Road Reconstruction project at the Sheridan County Airport.

BLM – More Power To 'Em

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE – Lander, WY – The Bureau of Land Management is a powerful agency when it comes to reducing environmental impacts of oil and gas development on public lands. But the agency is reluctant to wield that power after a drilling lease is granted, according to an in-depth analysis of BLM regulatory authority.

July 4th Clean-Up Honors

A lot of preparation goes into putting on the fireworks show at the Equestrian Center, but there’s just as much work afterwards. 

Students and staff from the Wyoming Girls School in Sheridan spent much of Monday morning picking up all the trash and remnants of the firework explosives left over from the night before.

Dayton Council Opens TRVCC Parking Lot Bids

The Town of Dayton was in business last night, since they took their July 4th holiday last Friday.

Council opened bids for the asphalting project on the Tongue River Valley Community Center parking lot. Mayor Bob Wood tells us who bid.