Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 17th

Buffalo, Jo Co Agree to Move Forward With Joint Engineer

The Johnson County Commissioners and the Buffalo City Council heard final proposals from City Planner Zach Montgomery and County Planner Rob Yingling at their meetings Tuesday and both entities decided to back the hiring of a joint city/county engineer.

Buffalo Council Tables Payment Request

A letter was submitted to the Buffalo City Council requesting re-allocation of $17,000 of one-percent curb and gutter funds at their meeting Tuesday night, but the council tabled the request until they could get more information on the situation. The request was for work performed at the new Johnson County/Buffalo Recycling Center that was constructed earlier this year.

Sheridan Media Hosts Buffalo Chamber Luncheon

Sheridan Media hosted this month's Buffalo Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday, and gave a presentation called The Theater of the Mind, which highlighted the magic of radio, and how sounds and the human voice along with imagination can paint a picture in one's mind far more vast and vivid than television

November 16th

Sheridan Mayor Attends Governor's Business Forum in Cheyenne

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The two-day Business Forum hosted by Governor Matt Mead and the Wyoming Business Alliance wrapped up Wednesday in Cheyenne.

'Evening Of One Acts' Begins Thursday

The Sheridan College theater department's "Evening of One Acts" from the No Frills theater company begins Thursday night at the Wyo Theater.

Lake DeSmet No Longer in the Plans for NERD Gas

NERD Gas Company of Casper announced Wednesday that Lake DeSmet is no longer one of their options for a proposed natural gas-to-gasoline facility.

Sheridan Teen Dies in Auto Accident

The Wyoming Highway Patrol and the Sheridan County Coroner's Office has confirmed that 19-year-old Amanda Delk of Sheridan died in a one-vehicle accident Tuesday.

Business Forum: Gov. Mead Wants New Ideas To Help Wyoming Lead

Governor Matt Mead's Business Forum started Tuesday and is continuing Wednesday in Cheyenne. Mead says he's committed to creating a better, more diversified business environment in the state.

Wyo. Rep. Lummis Calls for AG's Resignation

CHEYENNE (AP) - U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has become the latest member of Congress to call on Attorney General Eric Holder to resign.

Buffalo Council Awards Bid For Cemetery Road Project

The bid openings for the Cemetery Road Pathway Project were November 4th at City Hall, and five bids were presented for consideration.