Mark Collins wrapped up his tenure with the city of Sheridan last week, ending his term as the community’s first city administrator.
The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors Wednesday recommended approval of a funding Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority requested for a planned project in Sheridan’s Hi-Tech Business Park.
Surveys collected by Interstate Engineering over the past several weeks showed Sheridan residents want to see new amenities at Kendrick Pool when the city decides to renovate the landmark, Interstate representatives said Thursday.
The committee tasked with hiring an interim city administrator has narrowed its search to three candidates and expects to have the position filled by early January, Sheridan Human Resources Director Heather Doke told Sheridan City Council Monday.
Sheridan City Council will consider approval of a subdivision along Fifth Street at its regular meeting next week, a project of little near-term consequence but one that a member of city council said highlights some of the difficulties of addressing local affordable housing needs.
Fort Phil Kearny will host its sixth annual Family Pheasant Hunt this weekend, an event designed to encourage family hunting outings and promote safe hunting practices among young hunters.