Archive - Aug 23, 2012

Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Addresses G&F Lease

Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Administrator Edith Johnson-LaMeres and JPB member and Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston.

Tuesday, the Sheridan County Commissioners accepted the 99-year lease proposal from the Wyoming Game and Fish for junior water rights on Lake DeSmet. Wednesday, the Johnson County Commissioners rejected the G&F proposal, stating that they weren't comfortable with the length of the lease.

Sod Farm Festival to Benefit Project Schoolhouse

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Sod Farm Festival to Benefit Project Schoolhouse

This Saturday night, music lovers in Sheridan County will be able to get their fill with 16 acts set to take the stage at this year's Sod Farm Festival to benefit Project Schoolhouse.

Proposed Jo Co Fuel Depot Sparks Heated Discussion

At their meeting Tuesday, Johnson County's Commissioners and County Attorney Ken DeCock also discussed the county's proposed fuel depot

Letters, Grant Discussed by Jo Co Commission, Attorney

At their meeting Wednesday, the Johnson County Commissioners publicly criticized County Attorney Ken DeCock for his handling of events concerning the exchange of letters over a grant application and the reason for the letters being sent to the media a full day before the commissioners were notified of any problem.

Council Addresses Commercial Park Bonds at Special Meeting

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Council Addresses Commercial Park Bonds at Special Meeting

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting over the noon hour Thursday, where they approved the 1st reading of an ordinance regarding the bond issuance for the Sheridan Commercial Park special improvement district. Sheridan City Clerk Scott Badley.

Sheridan Commissioners Explain DeSmet Disappointment

The Sheridan County Commissioners held a special conference to express their disappointment with the Johnson County Commissioners decision to reject a lease proposal from the Game and Fish for water rights on Lake Desmet.

Wyoming Reports Human West Nile Infection

The Associated Press reports Wyoming has recorded its first human case of West Nile Virus of the year occurring in an adult male in Crook County.

“Paws for a Cause” Walk/Run Saturday at Powder Horn

(Photo courtesy of SCSCR)

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue is sponsoring a 5K walk/run at the Powder Horn Saturday morning.

GOOD WEEKEND COMING UP ON THE LOCAL SPORTS SCENE

LADY BRONC VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team will open their season at a tournament in Riverton tomorrow.

The Lady Broncs start the season as the defending 4-A champs and Head coach Wendy Ruby says that positive finish to last season has carried over into practice the last two weeks.

Ruby says with many new faces on the varsity squad this year it may take a few matches to find out this team's identity.