Archive - Feb 2012

February 29th

Johnson County Commissioners Updated On R&B Happenings

Johnson County Commissioners

At the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting February 21, Scott Pehringer, County Road and Bridge Supervisor, gave an update on a number of projects and happenings in his department.
He discussed a possible equipment exchange with the commissioners.

State Of Johnson County Address Wednesday In Buffalo

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

The annual State Of The County Address will be presented Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Conference Center in Buffalo.

February 28th

Silent Housing Auction - Birdhouse Style

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It's time for the 2nd Annual Sheridan Central Education Association's Birdhouse Silent Auction. In the lobby area in front of the Sue Henry Auditorium at Sheridan High School you can bid on this birdhouse or one of the many others starting Thursday, March 1st until 4:30 pm March 4th.

Snowy Day @ Sheridan High

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While many were eating lunch at noon on Tuesday, Dan from Sheridan County School District No. 2 Maintenance, was busy pushing the still falling snow in front of Sheridan High School. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the Sheridan area until midnight Tuesday. We can expect 3 to 6 inches of snowfall at the lower elevations with 6 to 9 inches over the Big Horn Mountains.

Sheridan Hockey

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The Sheridan hockey team will now prepare for state, to be held March 9-11. Go Hawks!!

Pictures submitted by Jeanne Moore

Pink Flamingo

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The final flight of the Pink Flamingo was held last Friday night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.

Pictures by Judy Hagerott

HB88: Increasing Penalties for Drunk Drivers

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A bill that's moved on to the full Senate for consideration in Cheyenne would increase the penalty on DUI offenders in the State of Wyoming. Sheridan Representative Rosie Berger.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 02/28/12

Wyoming Technology Business Center

House, Senate Pass $3.2B Budgets

The State House and Senate have each passed their own $3.2 billion budget bills with a few minor differences, according to Representative Rosie Berger.