A Utility Easement Vacation in the Powder Horn Ranch II Subdivision was approved by the Sheridan County Commission at their last meeting. Kenneth and Deborah McDonald have applied for the vacation of a 10-foot wide
The Sheridan County Commission has approved the vacation of the Public Right-of-Way known as Boeing Road. County Engineer Ken Muller explained that the commission had appointed him as the viewer in the matter and that
The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board and the Gillette Community College District Board met in Buffalo Saturday morning in the first of many meetings to transition Gillette College into its own district, separate from
During their meeting this week, Sheridan County’s Commissioners considered a Resolution to amend rules and regulations governing zoning and the division of lands to bring the county’s regulations in line with changes to state law.
Johnson County’s Commissioners have accepted a grant agreement between the county and the Wyoming Department of Homeland Security for fiscal year 2021. County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly explained that she applied for funding to
At their regular meeting this week, Johnson County’s Commissioners were given a presentation on the amended draft subdivision regulations by County Planner Jim Waller. Waller said the Planning and Zoning Commission has been working on
The Buffalo City Council has voted to give a Letter of Support for the Johnson County Rural Health Care District for an emergency services building. During their Tuesday meeting, the council discussed what the letter
Sheridan County’s Commissioners approved a Resolution allowing pari-mutuel wagering on live and historic horse racing and simulcast events within the county. The Resolution, brought before the commission at this week’s meeting, would allow 307 Horse
The Bighorn National Forest’s Powder River Ranger District, based in Buffalo, will be getting a new District Ranger, according to Forest Supervisor Andrew Johnson. Johnson said the Forest Service ran into some unforeseeable issues but
Sheridan County’s Commissioners have approved the County Treasurer to refund nearly $1,000 in property taxes assessed and paid in error. County Assessor Paul Fall explained why the refund was necessary during Tuesday’s regular commission meeting.
Johnson County’s Commissioners have voted to rescind then county-wide partial fire restrictions that were in place since early this summer. County Fire Warden Thomas “Tiddle” Camino spoke to the commission to recommend they rescind th
Johnson County School District Superintendent Charles Auzqui, in his report to the school board during this month’s meeting, hit on some highlights from his written report to the board, including touching on COVID-19, the COVID
At their last regular meeting the Sheridan County Commission recognized four employees for their service to the county. According to Commission Chair Nick Siddle they will each receive Chamber Bucks and Certificates of Appreciation for
The Sheridan County Commission has rescinded the partial fire restrictions that were imposed back in June of 2021. In a release from the county, the commission said that on the recommendation of the Sheridan County