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County Opens Bids On Adams Apartments

Johnson County's Commissioners will be opening bids on the Adams Street Apartments to either move them or raze them altogether, to prepare the site for the expansion of the Johnson County Library.

Department Head Briefs From Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council heard reports from their department heads during their last meeting, ranging from filling an opening on the planning commission to the numbers of building permits issued in recent weeks to the police department conducting alcohol compliance checks.

Buffalo Renews Contract To Sell Hydro Plant Power

City Works Director Les Hook reported to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting that the city's contract to sell power back to Pacificorp expires this year, and they will need to renegotiate the
contract.

'Strive to Build a Better Sheridan'

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Sheridan Mayor John Heath gave the State of the City address at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Mayor Heath: City Will Remain Fiscally Responsible

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Throughout the State of the City Address given by Sheridan Mayor John Heath at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, the mayor continued to reiterate that just like its residents, city government need to operate within its means.

School District 1 to Meet

Sheridan County School District 1 will start its meeting this week with an executive session to discuss legal matters.

Legislator Seeks Better Funding for Community Colleges

State Rep. Rosie Berger wants to change the way Wyoming's community colleges are funded.

Crash Remains Under Investigation

Sheridan County Deputy Coroner Kerrie Kimmel has confirmed that a 33-year-old Sheridan woman was killed in the crash that occurred Friday night north of Sheridan near Kleenburn Road that involved two Burlington Northern Santa Fe locomotives and a passenger vehicle.

Crashes Involve Snow Plows

Snow removal continues to be a problem for local police, with property owners shoveling snow into the streets, but last week the problem was between drivers and snow plowing equipment.

Governor Asks Legislature to Fund Job Initiatives

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced two new initiatives last week during his State of the State address.

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