November 19th, 2013

Food Pantry Needs Thanksgiving Donations

Buffalo's Bread Of Life Food Pantry has begun their annual Thanksgiving drive to provide Thanksgiving dinners to those families in need.

Johnson County Approves CMAQ Right-of-Way

A number of agreements, ranging from a law enforcement agreement with the Bighorn National Forest to a service agreement for generators at the judicial/justice center were signed by the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.

Council to Judge Sculpture Contest

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The Sheridan Public Arts Committee has commissioned the Sheridan City Council and Mayor Dave Kinskey to judge the 20 on-loan art sculptures in downtown Sheridan. Councilor Kristin Kelly says she's looking forward to taking the sculpture tour.

Energy City Voices Performance at Sheridan College

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This Saturday night (Nov.23), there will be plenty of singing and dancing at the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center, as the Gillette College Energy City Voices will be performing “One Singular Sensation”.

Where Were You When JFK Was Killed?

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Just about everybody who was alive in America in the last 40 years can remember a pivotal life event that occurred on Nov 22, a half century ago.

Where were you when President John Kennedy was killed?

My story is somewhat unique and so are many others.

Clearmont Council Discusses Utilities/Flood Ordinances

Clearmont town council members will give first reading to a flood prevention ordinance and second reading to an ordinance setting utility rates when they meet tonight, Monday, Nov. 18.

Monday 11-18-13

Foster Parenting, Don Berry / Is your Charitable Contribution making a difference? Sharon Lipinski

Pheasant Struts His Stuff

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Taken 11/16/13
By: Rex Arney

Council to Address Public Arts

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The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda this evening, as there are only a couple of items up for consideration. The Public Arts Committee will be giving a presentation that will involve the Council says Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Ranchester Leaders Continue Minors In Bars Discussion

Ranchester's Town Council will give second-reading consideration to an ordinance setting limits to bars serving food to minors at this week's meeting. The session will start at 6:30 Tuesday night at Town Hall.