Archive - May 2011 - News

May 12th

Trees for Trash is Saturday

The annual Trees for Trash event will be held Saturday at the City of Sheridan Landfill and the ERA Carroll Realty parking lot.

Free Spay/Neuter Event to Take Place in Sheridan

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue will be offering a no cost spay-neuter event next week in Sheridan that is geared toward Sheridan County residents who can't afford to sterilize their pets.

Jo Co School Board Looks at Compensation Policy Changes

At their meeting earlier this week, the Johnson County School Board discussed proposed changes to the salary and benefits policies, leaving some unchanged and modifying others.

BHS Students Produce Videos for Tourism

One student from Buffalo High School will have their class project, a video showcasing Buffalo and all its attractions, chosen to persuade travelers to visit the area.

District 1 Approves Preliminary Budget

At Tuesday's Sheridan School District 1 Board meeting, Trustees accepted the preliminary budget for the next fiscal year. Anticipated revenues for 2011-2012 amount to $14,511,217, and anticipated expenditures for 2011-2012 total $14,495,677.

May 11th

Council Budget Work Session: A Portion of Public Works

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Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session dealt with a portion of the City's Public Works Department.

SAWS Board Receives Preliminary Budget Numbers

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board received the preliminary budget numbers for fiscal year 2011-2012 at their monthly meeting Wednesday night.

Governor Urges Flood Preparation

At a news conference held Wednesday, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead stressed that all citizens of the state need to be prepared for the potential of flooding this year.

Antelope Coal Submits Successful Bid at Coal Lease Sale

The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming State Office announced Wednesday that Antelope Coal LLC from Gillette, submitted the qualifying high bid of $297,723,228 for the West Antelope II North Coal Tract.

Buffalo Luncheon Focuses on Mental, Holistic Health

At this month's Buffalo Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, the topics were mental health and substance addiction and the stigmas attached to them; and holistic health and the hidden toxins in food and other consumer products.