October 15th, 2012

Bald Eagle

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This picture was taken south of Sheridan, about a quarter of a mile from the Big Horn Y. It is a young juvenile bald eagle that was feasting on a dead deer along the highway.

Picture by: Giesella Shaffer

October 14th

Council to Consider Code Revisions Tonight

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Council to Consider Code Revisions Tonight

The Sheridan City Council will consider adoption of two ordinances that will update the fire and building codes at their regularly scheduled meeting this evening. City Council President John Heath.

VA: Critical Mass Is Missing From Clientèle

Veterans Affairs hospitals across the country are striving to become leaders in the medical field, and the Sheridan facility is no exception.


BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs got a hard fought 20-10 victory at Kelly Walsh high school Friday night to keep them in the chase for the 3rd playoff seed Head coach
Don Julian.

The Broncs "Big Played" the Trojans three times Kevin Bakkehaug hit Casey Carlton on a 34 yard pass play for the first score, Nate Kane had a 62 yard touchdown run and Daniel Sessions had a 44 yard run for a score in the second half.

Gatchell To Remain Open Year-round Starting This Year

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo has traditionally closed during the Winter months because of lower numbers of visitors and to give employees a chance to complete needed maintenance, change exhibits and perform other tasks.

Weekend Johnson County High School Sports Wrap

This weekend was busy and productive for Buffalo and Kaycee high school athletes.

The Bison football team traveled to Torrington Friday night and came home with a 42-23 win over the Trailblazers. They are now at 3-4 on the season with their last game looming large Friday at home against Rawlins. If the Bison win, they are in the playoffs and if they lose it could become complicated.

Kaycee' Buckaroos football team beat Tensleep on Saturday 63-53 and clinches a playoff spot in the process. Next up is a game at Midwest on Saturday.

JCSD1 Board Approves Employment, Other Requests

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

At their last meeting, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved a number of requests concerning employment, Isolation and Home Schooling.

Contract For Heat/AC Awarded By Jo Co Commission

The Johnson County Commissioners awarded a contract for maintenance of the heating and air conditioning systems at both the new jail and court complex to Powder River Heating and Air Conditioning of Buffalo.

This Week's Poll Question

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It comes in a variety of names...pot, weed, Mary Jane, even whacky tobacky, but most of us simply call it marijuana. An initiative to regulate marijuana like alcohol, Amendment 64, will appear on the November 2012 ballot in Colorado.

Bike-Tober Fest

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Saturday at the fairgrounds, the Sheridan Community Land Trust hosted its second annual Bike-Tober Fest, an event for those who like to get out with recreate.