Archive - Dec 2010 - News

December 5th

Weekend Fun in Buffalo

Kids do their Christmas shopping at the Christmas Kids' Shop at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo.

The events in Buffalo this past weekend kept everyone busy and shoppers of all ages braved the cold to take advantage of great deals at local vendors. Sheridan Media News Director in Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, takes a look back.

Johnson County Commission Preview

The Johnson County Commission looks to have a full agenda at their next meeting Tuesday, Dec 7th. Aaron Palmer has more.

County road closure in effect through Wednesday

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer has announced that Johnson County Road and Bridge will be resurfacing Stockyard Road, also known as County Road 8.
Therefore, Stockyard Road will be closed from 8am to 3:30pm Monday, December 6 through Wednesday, December 8.

CCMS Winter concert Monday

Clear Creek Middle School will present its Winter Concert Monday, Dec. 6th at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.
The bands and choirs will perform traditional Holiday music as well as some fun and familiar non-Holiday music as well.

December 4th

Lummis Supports Ending Protection For Gray Wolves

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming congresswoman Cynthia Lummis has
joined representatives from other Western states in supporting
legislation to remove gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act.

Enzi Supports Deficit Reduction Commission Recommendations

People are split—including the commission team itself—over the final proposals of the bi-partisan “deficit commission.”

UW Receives Highest Grade Since 1984 in Statewide Survey

The University of Wyoming received its highest average grade since 1984 in a biennial statewide survey conducted by the university's Political Science Department.

Plea For Dentist Accused Of Overbilling Medicaid

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RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) - A Rawlins dentist has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of theft or embezzlement in connection with a health care benefit program.

Lummis Knocks Deficit Commission's Work

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis says she's concerned the federal deficit commission's proposal for how to cut federal spending would leave components of the federal health care reform law intact.
The commission on Friday voted 11-7 to support its

December 3rd

Holiday Spirit Campaign at Senior Center

Rindy West with the Sheridan Senior Center

The atmosphere of generous giving in the coming weeks can be experienced at the Sheridan Senior Center. It's time once again for the Center's annual Holiday Spirit Campaign, and Director of Development, Rindy West, reminds us what it's all about.