Sheridan Area Water Supply Board Considers Eliminating Administrator

Some sources say the economy is starting to turn around but the effects are not limited to consumers. The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board is certainly feeling the crunch. The up and down changes in rates over the last two years are a prime example. The Board held a special meeting last night to determine whether the they can afford to continue employing two full time staff.

Hand In Hand Center Still Actively Recruiting Students

The Hand-in-Hand Early Childhood Education Center has been open for nearly a month and things are progressing slowly. The Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative board runs the center and they had a goal of 51 full-time-equivalent students by the opening date of September 9th. The current enrollment is 35 FTE’s.

Flu Clinics Continue Throughout The Month In Sheridan County

Earlier this week Sheridan County Community Health had to cancel a flu clinic but more vaccines are arriving daily. They have scheduled several upcoming clinics to offer inoculations for the seasonal flu strains. Deliveries of the H1N1 vaccines are still behind schedule.

Another Round Of Winter Like Weather Hits Northeast Wyoming

Another winter like storm made its presence felt through much of Sheridan County Thursday as conditions were more like December rather than the early part of October. Meteorologist Aaron Gilstad says we can expect more of the white stuff late tonight.

Sheridan Mayor Responds To Concerns Over Maintenance At The Cemetery

During his monthly visit to KROE'S Public Pulse program Wednesday, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey listened to a caller's complaint about damage that is being done to headstones at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. The caller said that she felt the damage was being caused by the riding lawnmowers that are used by the cemetery's maintenance crew.

Index Reveals Catch-22 In Wyoming Economy

CHEYENNE, (AP) - State economic analysts say the cost of living in Wyoming didn't rise in the second quarter of 2009. Thanks to continued drops in the price of gasoline, as well as greatly reduced price increases for housing and food, the state's cost-of-living index was the same as it was in the second quarter of 2008.

Local Businesses Help to Collect Bras for Breast Cancer Awareness

Realtor Nancy Mahon of ERA Carroll Realty's Dayton and Ranchester office will be collecting Bras for Breast Cancer in Dayton and Ranchester for the remainder of today and tomorrow, Thursday, October 8th. People donating bras can can drop them off at ERA Carroll Realty office at 311 Main Street in Dayton until 10 a. m. tomorrow. After hours just leave them in the container on the front porch.

Woman Dies After Being Rescued From Hunting Camp

JACKSON, Wyo., (AP) - Teton County authorities say a 19-year-old California woman is dead after being rescued from a remote hunting camp in the Gros Ventre Wilderness area. Authorities have not yet identified the woman.

Wyoming National Guard Adjutant General to Update Communities

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The adjutant general of the Wyoming National Guard will travel to communities across the state over the next several weeks.

Freudenthal Announces Government Transparency Website

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The state of Wyoming has launched a Web site intended to give citizens easier access to information about the state's finances. The new site will provide information about state budgets, investments, annual reports and other documents and information.

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