Archive - May 2011 - News

May 9th

Full House for Annual Reagan Day Dinner

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The Sheridan County Republicans held their annual Reagan Day Dinner fundraiser Saturday night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Wyoming Governor Matt Mead served as the Keynote Speaker and says it was nice to be able to spend some time in Sheridan.

62nd Sheridan College Commencement

Saturday the 62nd class of graduates received diplomas during the Sheridan College Commencement Ceremony at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

“It's All About You Baby” Event Well Attended

The 2nd annual Baby Fair at Sheridan Memorial Hospital drew a pretty good crowd over the weekend as the educational screening booths that were set up in the Hospital's cafeteria area received a steady stream of traffic.

Jo Co Wants Max Price on Courtroom Facility

The Johnson County Commissioners formally approved the new courtroom facility addition to the justice center at their meeting last week.

Buffalo City Council Appointments, Resignations

Appointments to and resignations from commissions and boards were addressed at last week's Buffalo City Council meeting.

May 8th

County Rules and Regulations Being Amended

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Sheridan County is in the process of amending their rules and regulations pertaining to quarry permits.

Dayton Town Cleanup is Approaching

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Next Saturday is the annual Trees for Trash in Sheridan, where residents receive a tree courtesy of Landon's Greenhouse for bringing their unwanted items to the City's Landfill. The Town of Dayton will also be holding their annual spring cleanup in a little over a week.

Wyoming Legislature Launches Redistricting Web-Page

The Wyoming Legislature has launched a Webpage dedicated to providing the public with up-to-date information regarding this year’s legislative redistricting. A link to the web-page is now prominently

May 7th

County Adds Inspection Fee to Land Use Fees

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To try and curb an ongoing problem with individuals violating County regulations, the Sheridan County Commissioners this week approved the addition of an inspection fee to the County's Land Use Fees. County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger.

Wag-a-Tail Fundraiser for Dog and Cat Shelter is Next Weekend

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan will be holding a fundraiser Saturday May, 14th at the Powder Horn. Shelter Executive Director Cel Hope explains the details of the event.