March 21st, 2012

Two SFR Firefighters to Receive Promotions

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The City of Sheridan issued a news release Wednesday stating that two long-serving firefighters with Sheridan Fire-Rescue will be promoted to captain. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.


TROOPERS / JETS BASEBALL - Sheridan American Legion baseball coaches met with players and parents last night as they get ready to open the season Monday.

The Troopers and Jets will take to the field at Thorne-Rider stadium Monday evening, Troopers Head coach Ben Phillips is excited to get this season going as they return several players from a year ago.

Sheridan County OK's Affordable Housing Funding to Habitat

Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will now have $40,000 more in funding to use on affordable housing projects thanks to a recent approval of a resolution by the Sheridan County Commissioners.

Jerry Campbell Invite Friday At Buffalo High School

The annual Jerry Campbell Invitational Track Meet will be hodted by Buffalo High School this Friday at Bison Stadium.

The field events will begin at 10am, running events begin at 11.

So far less than 10 schools have signed up for the meet, but BHS Athletic Director Shad Spilski said more may sign up still, but if not, the event will still be a good one. A number of schools are hosting track events this weekend as well, so schools that normally would be in Buffalo are going to other events, he said.

Outlaws To Invade Johnson County Library

Ray and Jackie Maple a.k.a. Tom O'Day and Bronco Nell

Wyoming outlaws Tom O'Day and Bronco Nell will invade the Johnson County Library this Friday evening at 7pm.

New District Judge For Buffalo Expected in August

With the completion of Johnson County's new Judicial Center complex this summer, Wyoming's Fourth Judicial District, which encompasses both Sheridan and Johnson Counties will be receiving a second District Judge to be seated in Buffalo.

Council Work Session Focuses on Energy Prices

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Sheridan City Counclor Alex Lee

The Sheridan City Council held a unique work session Wednesday that consisted of Sam Western giving a presentation on the local economic history and how it connects with the State's economic history, and what falling natural gas prices mean for Sheridan and the State.

Who Is The New Buffalo/Johnson County Engineer?

Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, decided to fund a portion of the moving expenses for the new city/county engineer, and will eventually ask the county to help with those expenses as well.

SCSD1 Discusses New Programs, Moves into BH Elementary

Superintendent Marty Kobza

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees met for their regular meeting Tuesday night in Big Horn and talked about ways to add new programs in schools.