Archive - May 19, 2011 - News

City and County Continue to Monitor Possible Flooding

Both Sheridan and Johnson County remain under a flood watch that's expected to last throughout the weekend. Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman says that Leopard Street in Sheridan is typically the first to flood, and that Big Goose Creek remains low in that area.

City Council Budget Work Session: Tourism, Police and Municipal Court

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Thursday's Sheridan City Council budget work session involved several components that included Sheridan Travel and Tourism, the Police Department and Municipal Court.

Johnson County Under Flood Watch

Johnson County, Kaycee and Buffalo are facing possible flooding in the next couple of days especially, and through the next couple of weeks depending on how the weather shapes up.

State Veterinarian Implements Strict Horse Inspections

Horses being brought into Wyoming must be inspected by a veterinarian within 72 hours of entering the state.

Sheridan County Prepares for Possible Flooding

With the National Weather Service predicting upwards of 4 inches of rain in the next several days, the likelihood of flooding in low lying areas in Sheridan County is anticipated.

City Council Budget Work Session: Water and Sewer Rates

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Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session was the second half of the Water and Sewer Utility presentation that focused primarily on privatization of capital projects and proposed rate increases.

National Public Works Week

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In 1962 President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation establishing National Public Works Week, which is being recognized around the Country and locally all week long.

“Faces of NSI; Voices of Hope & Change”

Each spring, the students in the Drama and Music program at NSI Academy in Sheridan present a year-end production at the WYO Theatre, culminating graduation and family visit day.

“Cash for Cameras” and Free Photo Workshop

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Photo Imaging Center in Sheridan will be hosting a “Cash for Cameras” event this Friday and Saturday. Store Owner Neil Hoversten explains that this is an opportunity for people to get something for that outdated camera or lens.

Buffalo Approves Delegation of Authority Document

The Buffalo City Council at their meeting Tuesday, approved a Delegation of Authority Agreement in case of a major flood event in the county.