Archive - 2011

December 23rd

Water Agreement With M&M Ranch Signed by Jo Co

A water agreement and license with M&M Ranch Acquisition LLC, the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board, Sheridan County and Johnson County was signed by Johnson County Commission Chair Smokey Wildeman at their meeting Tuesday.

Kaycee Mayor Updates Jo Co Commission on Projects

Kaycee's Mayor, Tom Knapp, recently updated the Johnson County Commissioners on various projects the city has been working on.

Knapp said the Streets Project is now officially complete, ending a number of years of construction and setbacks.

Jo Co, Buffalo Discussing Modeling for Lake DeSmet

Johnson County Commissioners

At the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday, Commission Chair Smokey Wildeman brought to the other commissioners the possibility of the county and City of Buffalo having their own modeling study of Lake DeSmet done, to be ready in case industry should show interest in the lake in the future

December 23rd

Domestic Violence and the Holidays

Domestic Violence and the Holidays

Holiday stress and alcohol consumption seem to be the perfect combination for a rise in domestic violence cases during the holiday season, and while it would be easy to suspect that domestic violence cases may spike this time of year, the number of reported cases in Sheridan County remain about the

WHP Encourages Motorist Safety During the Holidays

WHP Encourages Motorist Safety During the Holidays

There have been four fatalities on Wyoming highways this week and with many people taking to the road for the holidays, the Wyoming Highway Patrol reminds motorists to be extra careful over the weekend. Wyoming Highway Patrol Sergeant Stephen Townsend.

A Touch of Snow sets off this display

The inch or so of recent snow make the decorations at 1549 Holly Ponds Drive "pop out" even more in this wonderful Christmas display - it is on a corner near Sagebrush Elementary School.

Bald Eagles

Photos by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Sheridan County Sheriff's Office to Receive Upgrades

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Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier

Work on renovating and upgrading the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office will begin soon. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Lawyer Wants Hearing for Sheridan Teen Convicted of Murder

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Lawyer Wants Hearing for Sheridan Teen Convicted of Murder

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A teenager serving a sentence of life without parole in the home invasion killing of an elderly Sheridan man wants a new court hearing on whether he received an adequate legal defense.

Green House Living Nears Opening

Green House Living is about two weeks away from its planned opening date on January 5 as administrators moved into their offices this week and employees undergo training.