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December 20th

Winter Storm Could Affect Wyo. Holiday Travel

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A winter storm could affect holiday travel in Wyoming later this week.

Delay Sought in Trial for Crow Triple Killing

Sheldon Bernard Chase (AP photo/FBI)

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The defense attorney for a man accused of killing three family members on southeast Montana's Crow Indian Reservation has asked a federal judge to delay a trial scheduled to begin next week.

SHERIDAN 8TH GRADE GIRLS CHAMPS

The Jr High 8th Grade Girls finished in first place on Saturday over the Sage Valley Eagles in Gillette. The game went to OT with Sheridan coming out on top for a season of 11-0.

back Left to right
Jessica Ross, Katie Campbell, Robbie Ryan, Kaycen Townsend, Jamy Shassetz and
coach Kenny Kukuchka
Front left to right
Katelynn Brooks, Julia Fenn, Aubrey Drell and Manager Carson Howell

Public Pulse - Monday 12/19/11

Fetterman Battlefield Tour w/Sonny Reisch / Dr. Elmo

Buffalo Council Approves Buffalo Ridge Resubdivision

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

After some discussion and after a powerpoint presentation from developer and owner of Buffalo Ridge Subdivision Jason Beckner, the Buffalo City Council voted to approve Resolution No. 1332, a resubdivision request from Beckner to allow him to resubdivide some of the lots into smaller sections to allow for more affordable housing units to be built on them.

Bison Swimmers Strong at Home Meet Last Week

The Buffalo Bison boys' swim team hosted the Buffalo Triangular last Friday at the Johnson County YMCA, and had many strong finishes from the team.
First-place finishes went to the 200 medley relay “A” team ofNate Holt, Timothy Cohoon, Wyatt Zegstroo and Neil Medders; the relay team of Justin Land, Matt Scarlett, Timothy Cohoon and Josh Cohoon took first in the 200 free relay; and the 400 free relay team of Holt, Josh Cohoon, Josh Dillinger and Medders took first in that heat.
Individually, Josh Cohoon won the 200 IM and the 100 free.

Buffalo Building Inspector Gets Additional Title

Buffalo Building Inspector/Special Municipal Officer Toby Rhoades

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades has been on the job just a few short months, but already has another title to add to his current one.

Trabing Road Project Goes to Advertising Stage

Johnson County Commissioners

The Wyoming Department of Transportation officially began accepting bids on the Trabing Road repaving and straightening project on December 15th, and will continue accepting bids until January 12, 2012.

December 19th

Scenic Character Plan Approved

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The Sheridan City Council approved adoption of the Scenic Character Plan at their meeting Monday night. Phase one of the plan centered around shifting the administrative review process to City staff which in turn meant the end of the Design Review Board. City Planning Director Robert Briggs.

A "Must See" when out viewing Christmas Lights

Just last Saturday I shot photos of a 2012 Chevrolet Volt (http://www.sheridanmedia.com/pic...) that is powered by electricity. Little did I know then that less than a mile away is this 65-year older 1947 International Pickup that is also electrified.