Archive - 2012 - News

February 22nd

JCSD1 Hosts Bid Opening For Cloud Peak School Wednesday

The bid openings for the construction of Buffalo's new Cloud Peak School were held at the school district's offices Wednesday afternoon.
Eight bids were opened and read with the bids ranging from a low of $11,620,000 to a high of $13,028,625.

City Sponsors Habitat Grant Application

The Sheridan City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night which sponsors a grant application to the state from Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns.

Johnson County Hears Proposal From Healthcare Broker

Johnson County's Commissioners and a number of County Department Heads were presented with a proposal from Corporate Benefits Consortium, or COBECON, at their meeting Tuesday.

Principal Changes in Tongue River Next Year

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees met for their February meeting Tuesday night in Ranchester. Superintendent Marty Kobza says that the board approved a personnel change at the meeting.

February 21st

An Open House for Green House

Green House for Living in Sheridan will hold their grand opening celebration with tours and a ribbon cutting ceremony this Sunday afternoon. Green House Guide and Administrator Chris Szymanski.

State of the City Address

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Tuesday night's Sheridan City Council meeting began with Mayor Dave Kinskey delivering his eighth annual State of the City address. The Mayor stated that there are three key components to economic development, in which he described them as the three legs of a stool.

LX Bar Ranch State Acquisition, 'National Day of the Cowboy'

As budget discussion begin this week, issues specific to northeast Wyoming have of course been moving forward in Cheyenne as well. One of those being Senate File 36 pertaining to the state parks acquisition of the LX Bar Ranch.

Legislature: Record Low Number of Bills Moving On

While most expected several big issues to dominate discussions at the 2012 Wyoming Legislature, a record-low number of bills have moved on in the early stages. Sheridan Representative Rosie Berger.

Mulholland Won't Seek Re-Election to City Council

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While the filing period for candidates doesn't begin for almost another three months, Sheridan City Councilman for Ward 1 Ryan Mulholland made this announcement just before the conclusion of Monday night's City Council meeting.

County Awards Bid For Engineering On Canal Road Bridge

At Tuesday's meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a request from Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer to award the engineering contract for the Canal Road Bridge to WWC Engineering of Sheridan.