Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 1st

What Do You Want for Sheridan? CVC 'Priority Setting Meeting' is Thursday

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The Center for a Vital Community will hold a Priority Setting Meeting Thursday, November 3rd, and invites the public as they begin to form an action plan from the themes gathered during last year's Community Follow-Up Assessment.

Commissioners Accept FEMA Grant for Flood Relief

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Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley

Numerous roads in Sheridan County were severely damaged from springtime flooding this year. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, a component of the Department of Homeland Security have awarded a grant to Sheridan County for disaster assistance and emergency relief. Commission Chair Tom Ringley.

Police Arrest Two Suspected Counterfeiters

Two individuals were arrested on Friday who police believe to be responsible for a string of counterfeit $100 bills passed last week in Sheridan.

NWS: Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Tuesday

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Sheridan and Johnson Counties in effect through all of Tuesday lasting until midnight tonight.

Buffalo's Monster March A Success...Again

The annual Monster March happened Monday afternoon in Buffalo, during the last few daylight hours of Halloween, and it was another success, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

Board of Health Reports to Jo Co Commission

Johnson County Commissioners

Johnson County's Board of Health gave a report to the county commissioners at their last meeting concerning the status of influenza in the county and on radon testing, among other things.

October 31st

Buffalo Police Chief Resigns, Search Begins for Replacement

Former Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman

The City of Buffalo will begin the search for a new Chief of Police after Mike Chapman resigned his position effective last Friday.

Halloween Happenings

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A trolley car kind of Halloween.

Wind howling through the trees as leaves swirled in the street set the scene for an abundance of Halloween activities these past two days.