Archive - Jan 4, 2012

Public Pulse - Wednesday 01/04/12

Dining with Diabetes /Big Brothers Big Sisters Angela Wallace

Out With the Old - In With the New

Next time you visit the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome look-up and view the new enhanced scoreboard that was installed over the Christmas break. The new board is viewable from two-sides as opposed to the 4-sided view of the old board. In addition to the new board at the top of the dome are two smaller boards - one on each end of the gym.

STT: Visits, Lodging Tax Collections Up Though Tourists Spent Less

Penny Becker

Sheridan Travel and Tourism saw travelers spending less when they visited Sheridan County last year than the previous year, but STT says more visitors to the area resulted in a rise in 4 percent lodging tax collections.

First Light Children's Center Open House Next Week

Prior to officially opening their doors on January 16, First Light Children's Center will hold an open house next Tuesday from 4 to 7 pm. Executive Director Ann Perkins.

2012 TRACK / WRESTLING / SWIMMING / HOOPS

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD - The Indoor track and field season is underway at Sheridan high school with the first practices of the new season for the Broncs and Lady broncs.

The first meet will be at Black Hills state university in Spearfish a week from Friday.

WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers will open up 2012 at the "Shane Shatto" invitational in Douglas Friday.

SWIMMING - The Bronc swimmers will open the new year at home hosting duals with Gillette and Laramie tomorrow and Friday.

Jason Carder Sworn In as New Buffalo Police Chief

Jason Carder is sworn as Buffalo's New Police Chief

Acting Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder is no longer just filling a vacancy after he was sworn in as Buffalo's Police Chief at the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday evening.

Buffalo Council Welcomes Newest Councilman

Justin Gerard is the newest Buffalo City Councilman

The Buffalo City Council welcomed its newest member at their meeting Tuesday, after Justin Gerard was sworn into office by Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

Buffalo's Top Stories For 2011: April-June

The top stories for Buffalo and Johnson County for the second quarter of the year began in April with the hiring of a new Assistant/Deputy County Attorney.

Jo Co Approves Tax Refund For Buffalo Ridge

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commissioners approved a property tax refund for Buffalo Ridge Subdivision, after County Assessor Cindy Rogers brought the issue to their attention at their last meeting.

SEEDA and First Light Ink Lease

SEEDA and First Light Ink Lease

Due to a scheduling conflict, the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority -- or SEEDA -- board held their monthly December meeting Tuesday. Last time SEEDA met, they approved the lease between First Light Inc. as future tenants of the Hand in Hand building in Sheridan.