Archive - Jun 2011

June 24th

2011 Sheridan County 4-H Presentation Award

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Who: Sheridan County 4-H Members; 12 members participated

What: Sheridan County 4-H Presentation Contest

Where: Sheridan County Courthouse Meeting Room

When: Friday, June 10, 2011

Thunder Storm, Southeast of Sheridan

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Thunder storm, southeast of Sheridan, near cross.

Stacey Jo Ellenwood
Facebook: Stacey Ellenwood Photography
Website: www.staceyellenwood.com

Do you agree with President Obama's plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes, that's the right call
46% (165 votes)
No, that's too many, too soon
37% (135 votes)
No, that's not enough
17% (61 votes)
Total votes: 361

Officials Monitoring Tongue River Closely as Flood Warning is in Effect

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With the recent warm spell we've experienced and the threat of thundershowers throughout the weekend, the National Weather Service in Billings has issued a flood warning for the Tongue River near Ranchester.

Business as Usual at Fairgrounds

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Thursday we told you about the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory's confirmation of the first case of Equine Herpes Virus in the state of Wyoming. The horse is from Johnson County and is currently under quarantine.

State Vet: on Equine Virus: No Reason to Panic

Wyoming State Veterinarian Jim Logan reported the first confirmed case of Equine Herpes Virus 1 in a horse in Johnson County this week, but in a follow-up interview he said there is no reason for horse owners to panic, just be aware of the situation and take some common-sense precautions to protect their animals.

Buffalo's Citywide Garage Sale Saturday

The 9th annual Citywide Garage Sale will be happening this Saturday in Buffalo.

WyDOT to Jo Co: Help Convince State to Fund More

Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Transportation gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commission at their meeting Tuesday, explaining what the department is facing now and in the next several years for funding and then in turn, projects throughout the state.