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September 8th, 2011

Open House for Buffalo/Jo Co CJC Thursday

The Johnson County Commissioners, Johnson County Sheriff's Office and the Buffalo Police Department will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, September 8 to showcase the new criminal justice center.

Joint Buffalo/ Jo Co Engineer Still a Possibility

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery and County Planner Rob Yingling gave short presentations to both the county commission and the city council on Tuesday, explaining why they believe both entities would benefit from hiring an engineer to oversee the city's and the county's projects.

September 7th

WEEK THREE FOOTBALL AT HOMER SCOTT FIELD

FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs will be the only local team to play at home tomorrow as they host the Cheyenne South Bison the Broncs are 1-1 coming off last weeks 20-6 loss at Natrona county.

Broncs Head coach Don Julian says the Broncs learned a lot during the game in Casper last Friday.

And in playing in their first big 4-A game for most of the players it was an eye opening experience.

Joint Appropriations Committee to Discuss Insurance, Retirement Issues

Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee is meeting in Cheyenne Thursday and Friday to discuss a number of issues that include employee group insurance and the state's retirement system. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Redistricting Public Hearing Set for Story Next Week

Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee is in charge of coming up with the final redistricting bill that will come before the Legislature early next year.

Pavement will soon enhance this already beautiful spot

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During the Sheridan City Council meeting on Tuesday evening was approval of Resolution 41-11, an application for a clean water state revolving fund loan in the amount of $156,465 for paving of the access road and parking area at the Sam Mavrakis Fishing Pond.

Several Labor Day Weekend Campfire Citations Prompt BNF to Remind Visitors of Fire Danger

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With the fire danger at “Very High” in the Big Horn National Forest, as a result of the lack of significant moisture in recent weeks that is common in late summer months, Big Horn National Forest officials remind visitors to make sure campfires are put out completely.

Reservoir Fire Update

A small wildfire is being allowed to burn in the Big Horn Mountains near Shell Canyon close to the Shell Reservoir in Big Horn County, Wyo. Jon Warder, Big Horn National Forest Fire management officer, explains management of the Reservoir Fire.

South Park Rehabilitation Efforts Continue

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Rehabilitation efforts of South Park continue as the Sheridan City Council awarded two bids that will greatly upgrade the 38 acres of natural native riparian flood area in south Sheridan.

WOW - Working On Works

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Early Wednesday morning crews from Knife River were laying down pavement on West Works Street. One more pass down the north side will complete Works Street and then it looks like Griffith Avenue has been roto-milled and will be next inline for the pavement overlay.