March 20th, 2012

Buffalo's Second Art Chalk Festival Needs Artists, Sponsors

Sheridan Media's Oldies 105-9 logo at last year's Buffalo Art Chalk Festival

The Second Annual Art Chalk Festival will be July 20th and 21st in Buffalo, and the call is going out to artists and potential sponsors to help make the event a bigger and better success this year.

Johnson County OKs Bid For Filing System At Judicial Center

Johnson County Commissioners

At their meeting Tuesday morning, the Johnson County Commissioners accepted the bid for a new filing system at the new Judicial Center.

Buffalo Council Approves Reimbursement Of Moving Expenses

After the Buffalo City Council adjourned their meeting Tuesday night, the question was raised by councilman Russ Humphrey on whether or not the council would approve reimbursing the new city/county engineer for moving expenses from the East Coast.

EMS Incident Investigation is Complete

EMS Incident Investigation is Complete

In late January of this year, there were two self reported concerns by the Sheridan Emergency Medical Service system that occurred during an emergency medical response. The two concerns were that one EMS unit did not receive a transmitted page, and one EMS unit had difficulty finding the residence. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Public Pulse - 03/20/12

State Superintendent Cindy Hill / "The Great American Trailer Park Musical" with Matt Davis & Erin Butler

Public Pulse - Monday 03/19/12

Sheridan County Historical Society Museum / Chris Hill-"The Motley Fool"

South Park Bridge Ribbon Cutting

At 9:45 am on a beautiful, first day of spring, with the Chairman of TRAC, Bruce Pryde, to his left; Mayor Kinskey standing behind him and surrounded by ambassadors, Jeff Mock a client of RENEW, cut the ribbon to officially open the South Park Bridge. After the ribbon cutting Jeff was the first to traverse the bridge.

Courthouse Traffic Analysis Complete

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Courthouse Traffic Analysis Complete

The Sheridan County Commissioners acknowledged receipt of the courthouse transportation analysis that was conducted by the consulting firm of Fehr and Peers out of Colorado.

March 19th

SCHS Dinner: 'Lifting the Hoods Off of Our Grandfathers'

John Sutton

This month's Sheridan County Historical Society dinner presentation will feature a unique topic from presenter John Sutton.

First Light to Offer Early Education Event Tonight

First Light Children's Center will hold an early education event tonight at 6:15, First Light executive director Ann Perkins.