Archive - 2011 - News

2011 Stories: 'Stuck At the KOA'

In what was a little lighter story from 2011, you might remember those guys who were stuck at the KOA.

Sheridan Co. Library to Hold Civil War Disscussion Series

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will host a book/film discussion series titled: 'Making Sense of the American Civil War', meeting twice monthly starting in January and lasting into May.

December 31st

Law Enforcement: Enjoy New Year's Responsibly

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New Year's Eve is no doubt a festive time that is enjoyed by many, but things can get a little out of hand when the celebrating commences.

Hunters and Environmentalists Claim "Attack on Sporting Heritage"

An unusual alliance is taking shape in Wyoming and other Western states.

JCHC Board Elects Officers, Foundation Members

The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees elected their officers and their foundation members for 2012 at their regular meeting Wednesday night.

4 Killed, 1 Injured in Crash on Crow Reservation

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The Montana Highway Patrol says four people are dead and another is hospitalized after a head-on crash on an Interstate 90 frontage road on the Crow Indian Reservation.

Wyo. Water Year: Snow Pack, Late Spring Cool Temps, Flooding

The Water Year 2011 Hydrologic Summary from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration office in Riverton was released this week, and Wyoming saw a record water year in 2011 which included heavy flooding across the state.

2011 Stories: Listeria Outbreak Reaches Sheridan

One of the bigger national stories of 2011 reached our community in September, when a Sheridan County woman died as a result of eating a Listeria-tainted cantaloupe.

WHP: Don't Ignore High Wind Advisories

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says it's important to be mindful of High Wind Advisories. In the last 48 hours, troopers responded to at least fifteen tractor trailer blow-over crashes, according to a media release from Sergeant Stephen Townsend.

Tree Removed at Gatchell Museum Was Safety Hazard

Public sentiment has been against the removal of old trees from the Johnson County Courthouse and Jim Gatchell Museum Premises, but one tree that was removed near the museum recently was definitely a public safety hazard, according to County Sanitarian Rick Durfee.