October 9th, 2013

Legislators Want Hill Funds

The Wyoming Legislature's Management Council will meet Oct. 15 to consider a request to pay for an attorney and others to help the state House in its investigation into Superintendent Cindy Hill.

Junior Councilors Take Oaths

Tongue River High School juniors Courtney Jolovich and Polina Medianina took the oaths of office as Dayton's newest junior councilors during the town council meeting Monday night. Jolovich is a Dayton resident, and Medianina is an exchange student from Russia.

Mine Deaths Alarm Union

The United Mine Workers of America organization says that coal miners are dying while politicians are squabbling and the government is partially closed.

Tribute Wall Honors Veterans

Selmer Moeller stands next to his photo and interview, one of more than a hundred that will be posted on the Senior Center's Tribute Wall next month. Photo courtesy Sheridan Senior Center

Sheridan Senior Center's annual Tribute Wall honoring area veterans will be on display next month in the lobby of the facility at 211 Smith Street.

County Lifts Fire Ban

The fire ban in Sheridan County has been lifted, as of Saturday. Notice was provided by county administrators.

Flights Canceled On Storm Day

Sheridan County Airport (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

As it turns out, flights in and out of Sheridan were canceled Thursday and Friday, but not because of the snowstorm.


STATE TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams continued play at the state tournament yesterday in Gillette the Broncs are in 3rd place the Lady Broncs are 5th.

Defending state champions in number one singles Reed Ritterbusch and Julia Fenn are in the finals again. Also for the Broncs Adam Berry will play in the consolation finals in number two singles.

SC VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan college volleyball team won at Rocky Mountain college in Billings last night to run their record to 17-10 overall.

October 8th

Council Approves Sports Fields Payment

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook brought a request from O'Dell Construction before the city council for their approval to release the final payment on the the Sports Fields Complex project.

Shutdown Affects Little For State Hunters

The shutdown of the Federal Government may be affecting some services, but is having little affect on hunting and other outdoor activities in Wyoming.

Storm Costs Soar

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their regular Tuesday meeting, heard a report from County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer on the costs associated with last weekend's snowstorm.