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March 27th, 2012

TROOPERS LOOKING FOR A BIG 2012

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are two days into their spring training the regular season begins May 6th with the Troopers hosting a double header with Casper.

Head coach Ben Phillips says they have six weeks to get ready for their first games.

He says it will take all that time to make sure arms will be ready to start the grind of the regular season.

Elimidoc One-Third Complete With Jo Co Document Transfers

Commissioner John Gibbs

At last week's Johnson County Commissioner's metting, Commissioner John Gibbs gave an update on the progress of the document transfer by Elimidoc, former assistant county attorney Barry Crago's company hired by the county to perform the work.

Johnson County Fire Responds To Four Fires Monday

The Albright II Fire burned a portion of this ridge Monday NE of Buffalo.

Four fires in the county around Buffalo kept the Johnson County Fire Department busy into the evening hours.

Results From Last Week's Jerry Campbell Invite

Both Buffalo and Kaycee High School's track teams performed well at last week's Jerry Campbell Invite, hosted by BHS.

For Buffalo, winners included the boys 4x400 relay team; Hannah Chapin in the girls' 1,600 meter run and the 3,200 meter run; Matt Scarlett in the boys' 3,200 meter run; Dylan Marton in the boys' pole vault; and Shannon Horn in the girls' long jump.

Winners for Kaycee included Hannah Foley in the girls' 100-meter hurdles and the 300 meter hurdles.

Both Buffalo and Kaycee athletes finished second in numerous events and had many in the top five.

EPA Coal Killing Rule Part of President's Energy Plan

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi

The Environmental Protection Agency released greenhouse gas rules Tuesday that restrict the development of new power plants. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi offered these comments in response to the EPA rules.

Johnson County Small Business Expo This Weekend

This weekend the ninth annual Johnson County Small Business Expo will give many types of businesses a chance to show their goods and services at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Football Foundation Award Recipients (updated)

The Wyoming Chapter of the National Football Foundation honored Jordan Roberts and Austin Bolin with scholarships at the group's 17th annual banquet in Laramie on March 17th.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 03/27/12

Salvation Army / School District #1

Commissioner Ringley to Seek Re-Election

CC Tom Ringley will seek re-election.

Commissioner Ringley to Seek Re-Election

Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley has announced that he'll seek re-election for his seat on the County Commission. Ringley explains in his own words why he'd like to serve another four years.

March 26th

Dougherty: Accountability Bill Micromanaging School Districts

During their annual board retreat, one of the items on the agenda for Sheridan County School District 2 was to discuss Accountability Legislation. Superintendent Craig Dougherty.