Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 22nd

MORE Ministries Providing Holiday Outreach To Indian Reservations

M.O.R.E. Ministries is gearing up for their 3rd Annual Christmas Outreach which helps Wyoming and Montana Indian Reservations during the holiday season.

14th Annual Christmas Wish

Sheridan Media's 14th Annual Christmas Wish kicked off Monday, and wishes for those who may need a little help this holiday season will be accepted until December 9th.

Business Council Satisfied With First Light Proposal

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First Light Inc. will soon be the new tenants of the Hand in Hand building in Sheridan.

The Wyoming Business Council recently reviewed the proposal from First Light Inc. to be the future tenants of the Hand in Hand Childcare center in Sheridan.

US 14A Closed For Season

The 22-mile stretch of US 14A through the Big Horn Mountains closed Wednesday, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation, a week earlier than its traditional winter closure on November 30th.

November 21st

Wyo. Lawmakers Say Brace For Budget Cuts

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Top Wyoming lawmakers are directing state agencies to brace for possible budget cuts.

Finding Frosty Begins This Week At Buffalo Merchants

Find these Frostys or the others like them for a chance to win prizes.

A Holiday shopping campaign entitled Finding Frosty kicked off this week in Buffalo, with scores of local businesses participating.

Buffalo Council Adopts Ordinances Amending City Code

Buffalo City Council

At their meeting last week, Buffalo's City Council introduced and approved on first reading two ordinances that will effectively re-write sections of City Code, modernizing wording and eliminating some outdated laws and adding some newer ones in the code book.

Man Who Caused Deadly Crash Arraigned Monday In Buffalo

A man who jerked the steering wheel while intoxicated and caused a crash on Interstate 90 north of Buffalo that resulted in the deaths of two women was arraigned in Johnson County District Court on Monday.

Water and Sewer Rate Adjustments Moved to December 1st

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City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts

The City of Sheridan approved a water and sewer rate increase as part of their budget resolution for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 that was adopted by the City Council this past summer.

Council Eying On-Street Parking Ordinance

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Sheridan City Councilman John Bigelow

Modifications to the City of Sheridan's ordinance pertaining to the abatement of buildings and nuisances was approved on third and final reading Monday night.