October 22nd, 2012

Public Pulse - Monday 10/22/12

Sheridan County Historical Society Museum / Senior Center

Nickel Chosen as Sheridan County Representative for Lake DeSmet Negotiations

Sheridan County Commission Chair Mike Nickel

UPDATE: 2:45pm

The Sheridan County Commissioners Monday morning held a special meeting to appoint Mike Nickel as the County representative for negotiations with the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition and Johnson County regarding separation of water rights on Lake DeSmet. Commissioner Nickel says that progress is being made.

Watching From Above

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Photo by: Cynthia G. Hale, Buffalo, WY.

October 21st


STATE X-COUNTRY - The Sheridan Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country teams finished up their season at the state championships Saturday. The Broncs had a strong showing finishing 3rd the Lady Broncs were 8th.

For the Broncs Michael Rottelini finished 3rd Taylor Bruso was 15th and Kyle Dietsche was 22nd.

For the Lady Broncs Alex Vaira was their top finisher in 22nd place.

REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team was eliminated from the post season by Laramie at their regional tournament in Gillette.

Area of Bird Farm Road To Close Temporarily

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Officials with Sheridan County have announced that an area of Bird Farm Road (County Road #28) will be closed tomorrow through Thursday. Sheridan County Engineer Ken Muller.

Town Hall Meeting To Focus on Prevention

Sheridan County prevention specialists are hosting a town hall meeting tomorrow to kick off a new strategy to address unhealthy societal trends within the community.

Fifth Annual Pumpkin Festival This Week In Buffalo

Over 550 pumpkins of various sizes, over 9,000 pounds of pumpkins will be available as North Star Energy and Construction hosts their fifth annual Pumpkin Festival this weekend in Buffalo's Washington Park.

Johnson County High School Weekend Sports Wrap

Fall Sports are winding down for Johnson County High School athletes with sports that already have or will move into the postseason this week.

In football, the Buffalo Bison finished their regular season at 4-4 after dispatching the visiting Rawlins Outlaws Friday night 46-0.

Commissioners Approve Additional Judicial Center Purchase

Johnson County Judicial Center

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the purchase of additional shelving units for the Clerk Of Court's offices at the new judicial center.

“Anything Goes”

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Saturday night, the WYO Theater held it's annual Fundraising Gala and folks were treated to a performance of Cole Porter's classic musical, “Anything Goes.”