Archive - Jan 19, 2011 - News

Wyoming Added to Lawsuit over Federal Health Care Mandate

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A judge in Florida has issued an order adding Wyoming and five other states to the lawsuit against the federal government. This suit challenges the constitutionality of the federal health care law, which passed in March of last year.

County Land Development Workshop

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Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid

A workshop organized by Jane Clark with ERA Carrol Realty will take place Thursday morning at Sheridan College.

District 1 Discusses Legislative Issues

Wyoming State Seal

At Tuesday's District 1 Board meeting, considerable discussion took place regarding the abundance of education bills in the Wyoming Legislative Session. Superintendent Sue Belish comments.

House Votes to Dismiss Challenge

Wyoming House District 40 Representative Jon Botten

The Wyoming House Monday rejected former Democratic state Representative Seth Carson's challenge on a vote of 42-16 he'd filed against Representative Matt Greene. After the vote, the House gave Greene a rousing standing ovation.

Photography Show Opens at Martinsen Gallery

Finding beauty in the most ordinary things, Dave Marquith stands in front of images he took of doors at the Sheridan Iron Works building. (Photo by Dennis Jacobs)

The Martinsen Gallery at Sheridan College will be the venue for an intriguing photography show, with a reception for the artist scheduled for this afternoon.

School District 1 Superintendent Search Update

District 1 Superintendent Sue Belish

At Tuesday night's School District 1 board meeting, Superintendent Sue Belish gave a brief update on the search for her replacement.

JC Commission Signs Agreement on Sand Creek

Years of negotiation, disagreements and possible litigation officially came to and end on Tuesday as the Johnson County Commissioners signed the agreement between the County and Sand Creek Ranch. Aaron Palmer has the story.

Recent Drug Bust Topic at City Council

Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, has this report from Tuesday's Buffalo City Council meeting.