Archive

March 20th, 2014

Buffalo Council Approves Water, Sewer Taps

Buffalo's City Council had a request before them at this week's meeting to allow a county resident to tap into city water and sewer lines to get service to his property.

BHS Principal Updates Board On Happenings At School

Buffalo High School Principal Chad Bourgeois gave his usual report to the school board at their last meeting, and updated them on what was currently going on with his students.

Small Business Expo This Weekend In Buffalo

The 11th annual Johnson County Small Business Expo will be happening Friday and Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Thursday 03-20-14

Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill

Speaker: Habits Based on First Six Years of Life

To listen to the broadcast version, by Leslie Stratmoen, click here.

Recreation District Approves Pay Raises

The Sheridan Recreation District has approved raises for five of its employees. Action came during the board meeting Wednesday night when board members voted to bump the employees up in their pay classifications.

Haven III Next Step at Holly Ponds

Construction of the latest development of the Holly Ponds Planned Unit Development could start this summer.

Prevention Coalition Holds Open House

Members of the Prevention Management Organization
of Wyoming, Sheridan County, would like to thank coalition members and the community at large for the hard work and dedication to prevention efforts during an open house today, over the lunch break, from 11:30-1:30, at the First Christian Church on South Connor Street.

March 19th

Pokes hoop season ends / Troopers and Jets prepare for spring baseball practice

COWBOY BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys lost last night at Texas A&M 59-43 in the first round of the CBI tournament which ends their season.

TROOPER BASEBALL - Sheridan American legion baseball held their first preseason meeting Wednesday night, Ben Phillips is back for his 6th season as the Troopers Head coach and says it was good to see all the players last night.

And he says they have a good infusion of young players coming into the program

A Look Back in Time: March 20, 1914

At least 70 men attended last evening's meeting of the Sheridan Commercial Club at the Great Western Hotel.