Archive - 2013

December 20th

Sun Silhoettes Landscape

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This morning's sun silhoetted the landscape in Sheridan. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

For the Kids

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Santa rides a cycle and a teddy bear holds a gift in front of a house on North Main Street in Sheridan. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

4-H Receives Foundation Funds

Sheridan County's 4-H program received more than $14,000 from the Wyoming State 4-H Foundation this past year.

Blue Cross Agent Stays Busy

Sheridan Blue Cross Blue Shield agent Tammie Cowherd says she's been busy signing area residents up for insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.

College Trustees Approve SEEDA Withdrawal

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District have approved Sheridan County School District 2's request to withdraw from the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board.

Permits Needed to Serve Malt Beverages, Wine

Anyone planning to serve malt beverages, like beer, wine coolers and Mike's Hard Lemonade, for one-time public events over the holidays does need a temporary 24-hour malt beverage permit.

Man Injured in Bar Fight

A bar fight leaves one man injured, and police looking for a second.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

December 20th

Busy Road Weekend For Johnson County Athletes

Most high school teams from Johnson County will be on the road this weekend, competing throughout the state.

The Bison basketball team will be at the Big Horn Basin Basketball Classic at Rocky Mountain High School this weekend.
The Lady Bison will be at the girls' Big Horn Basin Basketball Classic in Lovell Friday and Saturday.

Buffalo Council Updated on Proposed Bull Creek Reservoir

At a special meeting this week, representatives of the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) and States West Engineering gave a report to the Buffalo City Council on the proposed Bull Creek Dam and Reservoir.

Commission Accepting Comments on Zoning Through Today

The Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission is in a holding pattern at the moment, awaiting more public comment on the proposed county zoning regulations.
They have set a deadline of today, December 20th, for the public to submit their comments.