February 6th, 2013

Scam Alert: National Phone Scam Has Hit Sheridan

Scam Alert: National Phone Scam Has Hit Sheridan

A national-level scam involving a purported transfer of winning earnings - ending with a wiped bank account after the victim provides the scammers with bank account information - has hit Sheridan.

From a Bygone Era and Still Standing

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Just south of the Bird Farm Road near Big Horn stands this once proud green barn that now mainly serves as a reminder of times past. Hand made of wood from a bygone era it stands in contrast to to the metal structures that dot today's landscape. Flash forward a hundred years and ponder how the metal outbuilding structures of today will appear then.

Governor Addresses a Number of Issues During News Conference

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Courtesy Photo)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead addressed a number of issues during his monthly news conference this week. Mead cited a recent report that shows Wyoming ranked number one for school financing.

Tuesday 02-05-13

Dog and Cat shelter / State Senators Bruce Burns and
John Schiffer


1. Catering by R/P 34 - 2
2. A+ Plumbers 27 - 9
3. Michelob 26 - 10
4. Busch Boys 23 - 13
5. JS Machine 22 - 14
6. CR Best 21 - 15
7. Budweiser 21 - 15

February 6th


INDOOR TRACK - The Bronc and Lady Bronc indoor track teams are off this week , next week 30 qualifiers will travel to the Simplot games in Pocatello, Idaho.

Sheridan Head track coach Art Bauers says they've had a pretty good indoor season so far.

And he says this week's break was built into the schedule and it comes at a great time for all the athletes.

He says their is a lot of anticipation getting ready to compete in the Simplot games which starts next week on Thursday.



Buffalo JV 50, Kaycee 38

Burns 61, Banner County, Neb. 20

Lusk 56, Guernsey-Sunrise 46

Rock River 53, Hanna-Elk Mountain 37

Upton 46, Sundance 35

Wheatland JV 43, Glendo 22


Lusk 9, Guernsey-Sunrise 57

Burns 61, Banner County, Neb. 20

JCSD1 Gets Good News On Health Insurance Claims

A their last meeting the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees got some good news about their health insurance costs due to fewer claims and a possible continuation of a savings in premiums.

Buffalo YMCA Needs Lighting, Council Requests Bids

At their meeting Tuesday evening the Buffalo City Council got a request from Mike Quast of the Johnson County Family YMCA for just over $17,000 to replace aging lighting in the gymnasium and pool areas of the city-owned building.

Johnson County Awards Contract For Canal Road Bridge

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners awarded the contract to build a new bridge on Canal Road to CCG Construction for $339,903.