Wyoming’s aging population could place a significant burden on state budgets in coming years, according to a recent AARP report.
Gov. Matt Mead’s final supplemental budget request calls for an increase in state funding to local governments, bolstering a state aid program many Wyoming municipalities have described as critical to their operating budgets.
City council considered the final draft of the Downtown Sheridan Streetscape Action Plan during a study session Monday, which it will vote whether to accept at its regular meeting next week.
Local legislators considered obstacles to the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board’s plans to build a natural gas pipeline in the Tongue River Valley during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Forum last week.
SHERIDAN — A bill the Joint Revenue Committee voted to introduce to the Wyoming Legislature when it convenes in January could provide direct benefits to […]
A community workshop at the Sheridan County Courthouse Thursday wrapped up the first week of Sheridan County’s Comprehensive Plan update, and provided a snapshot of the priorities local residents have for the plan.
A recent report from the Wyoming Business Council identified a severe housing shortage in Sheridan County, but a local home builder questions the data used to draw that conclusion.
Shawn Parker, president of the Sheridan and Johnson counties Critical Air Service Team, asked local legislators during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s legislative forum Tuesday to secure between $1.2 and $1.4 million in state funding for the next biennium to avoid interruptions of local air service.
City council voted 5-1 Monday to approve the third and final reading of an updated set of building codes and excluded a controversial regulation that would require fire sprinkler systems in new residential buildings.