Sheridan City Council passed the city budget for fiscal year 2020 last week, which sees increases in both city revenues and expenditures.
A photography exhibit at the SAGE Community Art Center, which will coincide with the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, celebrates Western traditions.
A recent opinion issued by the state attorney general gives local governments the option of enrolling in the state’s employee health insurance plan, giving governments another option to consider when weighing the benefits they offer their employees.
Affordable housing shortages, and awareness of those shortages, are an increasingly widespread concern.
The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Labor, Health and Social Services Committee began exploring how to address a rising need for health care workers in Wyoming, a need that some local medical providers say extends to Sheridan.
Sheridan City Council passed two charter ordinances clarifying the duties of the city administrator on second reading Monday, but the decision sparked tensions between Mayor Roger Miller — who voiced his continued frustration with council’s decision to leave the city administrator’s authorities largely unchanged — and members of council.
The Wyoming Association of Municipalities’ Legislative Leadership Committee highlighted a familiar concern when it met at Sheridan College last week — state municipalities’ continued dependence on direct distribution funding.