Archive - Jun 2011 - News

June 21st

Sheridan Fire-Rescue RFP Presentation

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The three person panel committee made up of City of Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens, City Council President John Bigelow and City Clerk Scott Badley heard presentations Monday regarding the three proposals to provide ambulance.

Rocky Mountain RFP Presentation

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Rocky Mountain Ambulance Service of Sheridan was the second presentation Monday before the panel committee who's in charge of reviewing the three RFP submittals to provide ambulance service within the City of Sheridan.

Single Role RFP Presentation

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The third and final presentation Monday to the panel committee that's reviewing the RFP's for ambulance service within the City of Sheridan was from Fire Chief Patrick Reitz.

Sheridan City Council Approves Budget Resolution

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After months of department cuts and countless work sessions and meetings to come up with ways to balance the budget, The Sheridan City Council approved a $28.4 million budget.

NEA – RA in Chicago: Priority Schools

Monday we reported that the Wyoming Education Association will be taking over thirty delegates to the National Education Association Representative Assembly, held this year in Chicago.

Slide Causes Continued Closure on U.S. 14

A media release Monday evening from WyDOT's Region 4 Public Information Specialist, Ronda Holwell, indicates that U.S. 14 remains closed about 31.5 miles east of Greybull at about 100 feet of the road way.

Superintendent's Administrative Assistant Retires

A fond farewell was said to Leah Olafson at Monday's District 2 Board meeting.

Buffalo Council to Adopt Budget on Final Reading

The budget for fiscal year 2011-2012 for the City of Buffalo is expected to be approved on third and final reading at their regular council meeting Tuesday afternoon.

What's Next for Sports Complex?

The Johnson County Recreation District Board denied a funding request from the group responsible for trying to bring a new sports complex to the city, but that hasn't killed the project, according to Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery, who is helping the group organize, get approved and acquire funding for the project.

June 20th

Buffalo Man Dies in Crash into Creek

A one-vehicle accident late Saturday night claimed the life of the driver, 21-year old Kristopher R. Graham of Buffalo. According to Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman, a call came in to the dispatch center about 11:17 pm of a vehicle upside down in Clear Creek in the vicinity of the Busy Bee Cafe in downtown Buffalo.