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December 4th

Commissioners Make Decision on Zowada Petition for Private Road

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The Sheridan County Commissioners dealt with an issue Tuesday that dates back to 2006, as they made their ruling on a petition from Merlin and Lori Zowada to establish a private road to their business off of Fort Road.

Holidays Set the Stage for Emotional Eating

Photo by Tracee Davis

Holiday stress can drive a lot of people to reach for the nearest plate of comfort food.

SD#2 Negotiating Sale of Old Woodland Park School

The Sheridan County School District #2 board of trustees moved to approve the sale of the Old Woodland Park school building yesterday. No further information is currently available regarding the purchase amount or the purchaser.

Committee Endorses Gas Tax, Registration Increase

The Legislature's Joint Revenue Committee has endorsed increasing Wyoming's fuel tax by 10 cents a gallon and raising motor vehicle registration fees by $10.

The proposals would raise nearly $90 million more per year, most of which would be used to maintain Wyoming highways.

Holiday Spirit Campaign Seeks Support for Seniors

The Sheridan Senior Center's annual fund drive, the Holiday Spirit Campaign, is underway. Rindy West, Director of Development at the center, said the center depends on contributions from the campaign to maintain strong programs for the community.

SCSD#2 Incorporates New Technology Into the Classroom

Sheridan County School District #2 is piloting new technology in the classroom in hopes of preparing students for the computer-centered world that lies ahead.

December 4th

BRONC WRESTLERS OFF TO A GOOD START

BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers finished 5th at the Powell invitational they had six place winners overall and two champions.

Cody Delk and Braxton Cooper won individual titles, Gage Tyree and Tory Music finished 3rd, Cody Welborn was 5th and Gabe Legler was 6th.

Broncs Head coach Tyson Shatto says overall it was a pretty good start to the season.

Emergency Response Plan To Be Ratified By Local Entities

Johnson County, the City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee have either been approached or will be soon to ratify the Emergency Response Plan (ERP) drafted by County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Johnson County Commission, Buffalo Council Meet Today

The Johnson County Commission will be adopting a Resolution to make adjustments to this year's budget at today's commission meeting.

Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer will be presenting an update on the Trabing Road Project to the commission.

A partial vacation of the Rock Creek Estates Subdivision will also be discussed.