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February 8th, 2012

Free Clinic to Give It Another Go Around

Free Clinic to Give It Another Go Around

Last year the Free Clinic of Sheridan County was denied in their application for a Community Development Block Grant from the State that would have allowed for the renovation of the Sheridan County Public Health Building to house the Free Clinic.

Commissioners Award Bid For Fairgrounds Drainage Project

Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

Improving drainage issues at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds took another step forward Tuesday, as the County Commissioners awarded the bid for the Fairground's drainage improvement project to NST Construction in the amount of $78,031.95.

Bison Swimmers Have Another Great Weekend

The Buffalo Bison boys' swim team geared up for the conference meet this past weekend by beating Powell and finishing seventh at the Gillette Invite.
Friday the boys hosted Powell, beating them 117-58.
Coach Ron Chapin said, “We started the meet taking first and second in the medley relay. This set the tone for the rest of the meet. We had some season-best times by Nate Holt, Neil Medders, Randy Olsen, Jaren Olsen, Hunter Cardinal and Timothy Cohoon.”

JCHC's Financial Situation Good So Far This Year

Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo

At their last meeting in late January, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees received a financial report for December of 2011 and an update on where the institution sits so far this fiscal year, which is in pretty good shape.

Buffalo Council Gets Legislative Reports from Schiffer, Madden

State Senator John Schiffer

At their regular meeting Tuesday night, the Buffalo City Council heard reports from State Senator John Schiffer (R-Kaycee) and from State Representative Mike Madden (R-Buffalo) on what citizens and municipalities in the state can expect from the upcoming Legislative session.

Johnson County Tables Decision on Fairgrounds List

Johnson County Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners tabled a decision on compiling a priority list for projects at the Johnson County Fairgrounds at their meeting Tuesday.

February 8th

BRONC WRESTLERS ENJOYING A BREAK OUT SEASON

BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers will close out the regular season hosting Gillette in a dual tomorrow night.

The Broncs have made a dramatic turn this season going unbeaten in conference duals and placing high at several tournaments, head coach Scott Cleland talks about the turn around.

The Broncs and Camels are both 4-0 in conference duals and Cleland says they are expecting a great dual tomorrow night.

Hungry for Mexican Food - buy the Restaurant

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Los Agaves Mexican Restaurant at 922 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan is OPEN but the first line on the marquee since last Friday reads; "For Sale." Owner S. Kevin Songer has put his Mexican Restaurant up for sale. Kevin is hoping to make a "seamless to the customer" sale of the business, property, menu and recipes.

Eagle Ridge Same Place, Different Day

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Eagle Ridge subdivision outside of Dayton
"Same place, different day"

Picture Taken by: David McDougall

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Sheridan Press Workers Hurt in Snowmobile Accident

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Sheridan Press Workers Hurt in Snowmobile Accident

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) - Two employees from The Sheridan Press are in a Montana hospital after being seriously injured in a snowmobiling accident. The newspaper says photographer Blaine McCartney and sports editor Aaron Atkins were hurt while riding a groomed trail near Burgess Junction on Sunday.