Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 16th

Committee Narrows Names For New Buffalo School

The name for Buffalo's new intermediate school was narrowed from over 100 suggestions down to three by the naming committee, and the three names were announced at Monday night's school board meeting.

Indoor Arena Included in Jo Co/Buffalo Economic Study

In recent weeks, the Johnson County Commissioners have discussed and looked into the possibility of an indoor arena at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

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.

November 15th

Memorial Hospital Recognized at Hospital Association Conference

Sheridan Memorial Hospital was recently presented with a 2011 Hospital commitment to Quality Award from Mountain Pacific Quality Health at the Wyoming Hospital Association's annual conference in Casper.

ReStore, Recycle, Reuse Christmas Tree Contest

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The Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns ReStore facility in Sheridan is having a Christmas tree contest. Habitat Executive Director Jessica Lindsley explains how the contest works.

Pritchard Speaks to SJHS

Comedian and anti-bullying speaker Michael Pritchard spoke to Sheridan students Monday about putting and end to bullying at school.

Game and Fish: Wild Turkey Holiday Dinner

There are plenty of wild turkeys for hunting in the northeast Wyoming area this year, and the Sheridan Game and Fish Department reminds Sheridan County residents that turkey season is open until December 31.

Mentock-Barkan Named SCSD1 Trustee

During Monday night's Sheridan County School District 1 regular board meeting, Penny Mentock-Barkan was named as a new District 1 board trustee.

Commissioners Approve CMAQ Grant Funding Agreement

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday authorized an agreement with WYDOT regarding grant funding for the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program.

Rep. Lummis Endorses Mitt Romney For President

CHEYENNE (AP) - Rep. Cynthia Lummis says she's endorsing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney because she believes he's the best person to solve the nation's economic woes.