Archive - May 4, 2011

Lewis Street Bridge Reconstruction Project to Begin Next Summer

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WYDOT hosted a public input meeting Tuesday on the Lewis Street Bridge reconstruction project.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation and the City of Sheridan have partnered for the Lewis Street Bridge reconstruction project that will begin next year. WYDOT held an open house Tuesday to give the public an opportunity to provide comment on the project.

Commissioners Approve Request From PRCC Board

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Commissioners Approve Request From PRCC Board

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved a request from the Powder River Community Center Board to have the County take ownership of the old Arvada Elementary School.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue conducted roof ventilation training

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue conducted roof ventilation training at the former Big Horn Motors building at 5th and Main Streets Tuesday. Firefighters have been conducting various training evolutions since last week, including interior victim searches, firefighter self-rescue, and wall breeches. The training was made possible by building owner Dave Sorensen.

SHERIDAN STORM U-14 SOCCER WINNERS

The Sheridan Storm U-14 boys took 1st place in the Stockman Bank Magic City Classic in Billings April 30-May 1.

They went 4-0 over the weekend.

Front row L-R: Cody Coon, Ben Bonnet, Mathew O'Kelly, Riley Sessions, Dalton Legerski, Dontae Crow, Evan Coon, Wyatt Dobbs

Second Row L-R: Tony Kassen, AJ Kassen, Braxton Cooper, Wyatt Schumacher, Jess Edens, Turner Martini, Zach Campbell, Joe Shasstez, Paden Koltiska, Autstin Taylor, Robert Burlingame, Titus Brown, and Bill Campbell

Preparing Pets for Tick Season

Check pets daily, especially inside their ears, where ticks really like to burrow.

Springtime brings green grass, blooming flowers and trees and animal babies. But it also brings something from “the dark side” -- blood-sucking ticks.

Representative Lummis Talks Debt Ceiling

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

As the Nation's debt grows ever closer to the legal limit of $14.3 trillion, lawmakers on Capitol Hill struggle to come up with a solution that both parties can agree on. U.S.

SCJC to Host Artist Reception Thursday

Sheridan College in Johnson County will host the latest in a series of Artists' Receptions this Thursday, May 5 at the campus in Buffalo. Featured this time are four local artists, all of whom teach art in the Johnson County School System.

Jo Co Commission Rescinds Deputy Salary Cap

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, voted to rescind a 1987 motion that capped the deputy elected officials' salaries at 80 percent of the elected officials' salary.

Buffalo Council Approves Vision Buffalo Commission

Ordinance No. 1347, which amended City code to adopt the Vision Buffalo Commission, was approved on third and final reading Tuesday night at their regular meeting.

Bison Teams Busy This Week

The Bison Track and Field Team participated in the Wyoming Track Classic on Monday, after the meet was postponed Friday because of weather and travel conditions.
The top finisher for Buffalo was Della Lyle, who took second in the girls' 3,200-meter run.
Isaac Keifer also finished in the top-five for the Bison, taking fourth in the boys' 800-meter run.