September 14th, 2011

Public Pulse - Wednesday 09/14/11

Brent Hathaway, University of Wyoming / Child Development Center Screenings

Public Pulse - Tuesday 09/13/11

Representative Jon Botten and Senator Bruce Burns

Reservoir Fire: Precip Calms Blaze, Closures Still in Place

After significant growth on Sunday September 11, and another surge on Monday, according to a release from the Forest Service Wednesday morning, the reservoir fire has grown to 1,243 acres in size burning northwest of Shell Reservoir in the Cloud Peak Wilderness.

Buffalo Adopts new Ordinances for Zoning, Subdivisions

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo City Council has approved on first reading two Ordinances dealing with zoning and subdivisions.

Final Third Thursday Festival of 2011 is this week

The final Third Thursday Street Festival of the year will take place this week from 5 to 9 pm in downtown Sheridan.

Jo Co School Enrollment Up Over Last Year

Dr. Rod Kessler

Enrollment at Johnson County Schools, as we reported earlier this week, is at 1,303 students overall, up 61 students district-wide over the end of the school year in June of 2011.

Jo Co School District Posts Info On New School Project,

Johnson County School Board

Planning for the new elementary school in Buffalo that will begin construction in 2012 has already begun, and the first of a number of open houses designed to take public input on the design of the new school has been scheduled for next week.

September 13th


Gretchen Dougherty wins the 400 free for the Lady Broncs vs Buffalo

SWIMMING / DIVING - The Lady Bronc swimmers beat Buffalo in a dual at the Sheridan Junior high pool last night the final was 98-76.

Friday they have a dual in Riverton and Saturday they will be competing in the Riverton Invitational.

TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams swept matches at Casper Kelly Walsh Tuesday the Lady Broncs swept all five matches while the Broncs outlasted the Trojans taking the dual three matches to two.

They host duals with Powell Friday at 4:00 and Cody Saturday morning at 10:00.

Highland Park Elementary, 'Teaching Expected Behaviors'

Highland Park Elementary Principal Brent Leibach presented his school's PAWS scores from last year along with school goals for the upcoming year at District 2's board meeting Monday.

The Lady Broncs Dive In and Come Out on Top

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In the first home swim meet of the season Tuesday the Lady Broncs under their new coach, Brent Moore, took to friendly water and came out on top of the Lady Bison from Buffalo by a score of 98 to 76. Buffalo finished first in 9 events to Sheridan's 3 but the Lady Broncs had the depth and led in the point total.