Ron Richter

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NewsCity to Apply for Grant for Doubleday Complex Improvements Ron Richter011 hours 27 min ago
NewsFirst Lady Mead Partners With Cloud Peak Energy Ron Richter011 hours 42 min ago
NewsFire Services Study Update Ron Richter01 day 11 hours ago
NewsRoof Pitch Variance Granted Ron Richter01 day 11 hours ago
NewsEducation Funding Shortfall Ron Richter04 days 11 hours ago
NewsFlu Cases on the Rise Ron Richter04 days 11 hours ago
NewsMissing Sheridan Woman Found Deceased Ron Richter05 days 2 hours ago
NewsPolice Chief Delivers Crime Statistics Ron Richter05 days 11 hours ago
NewsNEC Ordinance Moves Forward on Second Reading Ron Richter05 days 11 hours ago
NewsSanta Returns to Sheridan Memorial Ron Richter05 days 11 hours ago
NewsCommission Initiates Vacation of Road in Suburban Gardens Ron Richter06 days 4 hours ago
NewsCity Awards Contract for Renewable Energy Assessment Ron Richter06 days 11 hours ago
NewsA Living Wage Ron Richter06 days 11 hours ago
NewsChanges to Mobile Home Park Regulations Ron Richter01 week 11 hours ago
NewsNew Plan for Bar and Grill Licenses Ron Richter01 week 11 hours ago
NewsCommission Approves Cell Tower Request Ron Richter01 week 11 hours ago
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NewsCouncil Approves Stipend for Employees Ron Richter01 week 1 day ago
NewsEmergency Funds Priority for Governor Mead Ron Richter01 week 1 day ago
PicturesLocal Agencies Receive Grant Funds Ron Richter01 week 2 days ago
NewsBar and Grill Re-Advertisement Resolution on Council’s Agenda Ron Richter01 week 4 days ago
PicturesDining for a Cause Check Presentation Ron Richter01 week 4 days ago
NewsGovernor Mead: ‘Funding Education is More Difficult’ Ron Richter01 week 4 days ago
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Water and Sewer Rate Study

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The Sheridan City Council at a work session Monday, were updated on the status of an ongoing water and sewer rate study that is currently being conducted. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City to Apply for Grant for Doubleday Complex Improvements

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The City of Sheridan will soon be applying for a Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant through the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources. The $350,000 grant, if approved, will be used for the initial grading and irrigation network of Phase I of the Doubleday Complex in north Sheridan.

First Lady Mead Partners With Cloud Peak Energy

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First Lady Carol Mead has partnered with Cloud Peak Energy to provide every first grader in Campbell County with a copy of her children’s book, “Wyoming Firsts.”

Fire Services Study Update

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In the fall, Sheridan Fire Chief Terry Lenhart began to formulate the process and content for a study of local fire service capabilities and infrastructure.

Roof Pitch Variance Granted

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A request for a roof pitch variance for a proposed building in Sheridan’s High-Tech Park was considered by the City of Sheridan Planning Commission Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Education Funding Shortfall

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With the Legislative Budget session set to begin in a couple of months, the focus of lawmakers and many state officials is the shortfall in education funding that Wyoming faces due to a lack of revenue from the mineral extraction industry.

Flu Cases on the Rise

The Wyoming Department of Health recently issued a news release that indicated that flu activity reports in the State are beginning to escalate.

Missing Sheridan Woman Found Deceased

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A Sheridan woman who was attending Humboldt State University in California and had been missing since late November, has been found deceased.

Police Chief Delivers Crime Statistics

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Law enforcement was the topic of a recent presentation before officials with the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

NEC Ordinance Moves Forward on Second Reading

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An ordinance adopting the 2017 National Electrical Code was approved on second reading by the Sheridan City Council this week.

Santa Returns to Sheridan Memorial

Anyone who’s driven west on 5th Street in Sheridan at night has most likely noticed the larger than life rooftop decoration of Santa Claus at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

City Awards Contract for Renewable Energy Assessment

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A contract for services with a local firm was approved this week by the Sheridan City Council to conduct an assessment on renewable energy. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

A Living Wage

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An issue that Wyoming Governor Matt Mead feels that will continue to be a challenge for the State is the staffing problem that has consistently plagued the Department of Corrections.

Commission Initiates Vacation of Road in Suburban Gardens

A resolution was approved by the Sheridan County Commission this week that initiates the vacation of the public road in the plat of Suburban Gardens, subdivision, number 1 of the Holdredge Ranch in Sheridan County.

Commission Approves Cell Tower Request

A request for a conditional use permit to erect a cell tower west of Mydland Road in Sheridan County was considered by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

New Plan for Bar and Grill Licenses

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A bill sponsored by State Senator Bruce Burns of Sheridan that was signed into law earlier this year by Governor Matt Mead, allowed for the City of Sheridan to receive two additional bar and grill licenses.

Changes to Mobile Home Park Regulations

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A resolution amending the rules and regulations governing mobile home parks in Sheridan County was approved unanimously by the Sheridan County Commission at their meeting Tuesday.

Council Approves Stipend for Employees

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The Sheridan City Council met for their first meeting of December Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Emergency Funds Priority for Governor Mead

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently unveiled his proposed budget of $2.9 billion for 2019-2020.

Christmas at the Carriage House

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The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild invites you to an evening of holiday cheer as Christmas at the Carriage House will take place the next two weekends at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.