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September 13th, 2011

Johnson County Schools See Increase in Students

Dr. Rod Kessler

Enrollment at Johnson County School District No. 1 for the fall of 2011 is 1,303 students, an increase of 61 district-wide from the end of the school year. Data collected shows a steady increase in students during the last few years.

Jo Co Commission Approves Request From CRC

Johnson County Commission

The Community Resource Center approached the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting last week to request some of the $20,000 the commission has set aside for their programs.

Requests Go Out For Design of Crazy Woman Square

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo City Council and the Johnson County Commission approved funding to redesign Crazy Woman Square last month.

September 12th

SHS TENNIS AND LADY BRONC SWIMMING ACTION TODAY

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams head to Casper today for matches at Kelly Walsh high school.

They are coming off a three day road trip that saw them win eight of ten matches combined Head coach Bob Faurot says they did very well during that tough stretch of matches.

The season starting to come to a close as the state tournament is only three weeks away.

The Harvest Moon

The Harvest Moon, Sept. 12, 2011. Taken near Ucross, Wy.

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

SCSD2 Names Eberhart District's Teacher of the Year

Sheridan County School District No. 2 named Martha Eberhart teacher of the year for the district Monday night at their monthly board meeting.

Story Residents Give Their Recommendation on Redistricting

The Sheridan/Johnson County Delegation meet with Story residents about redistricting.

Per the Wyoming Constitution, the State Legislature must redraw state legislative districts during the first budget session following the federal Census.

Sheridan Senior Center Receives Donation From Rotary Club

Sheridan Rotary Club President, Patrick Schilling, presented Senior Center Home Delivered Meals staff and volunteers with a check of $2,500. The gift will be used to purchase new Home Delivered Meals bags. (Photo Courtesy of the Senior Center)

The Sheridan Senior Center received a donation in the amount of $2,500 from the Sheridan Rotary Club that will benefit the Senior Center's Home Delivered Meals Program.

North Main's Median Makes Its Debut

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The Sheridan North Main Street Reconstruction Project accomplished another milestone with the installation of medians from 5th Street north to 11th Street in the past few days. Work continues with drilling and placement of rebar in the area between 1st and 5th Streets. On Monday morning a finished portion could be seen in front of the old Taylor School building at 1030 North Main Street.

VOA Bandana Barn Dance

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The 4th annual Volunteers of America Northern Rockies Bandana Barn Dance was a huge success this past weekend.

Photos by Ron Richter