Archive - Dec 2011 - News

December 7th

CASA Holiday Open House

Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns is hosting a holiday open house on Thursday, December 8th. Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns administers the CASA program as well as a supervised visitation and exchange program.

Report Says Rural Wyoming Lacks Middle-Aged Residents

(WY News Service) -- A new report based on U.S. Census numbers says that rural Wyoming is lacking 20, 30 and 40-year-old residents.

E-volving Libraries: Sheridan Library to Offer E-Books

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library expects to offer e-books early in 2012, thanks to a new three-year agreement between 3M and the Wyoming State Library.

70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Attack

Beginning at 7:55 am on Sunday, December 7, 1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor prompting U.S. entrance into WWII.

December 6th

Buffalo Council Hears From Candidates For Empty Seat

The Buffalo City Council and members of the public in attendance heard from the six candidates for the empty council seat, and each of them spoke of their reasons for wanting the seat and their individual qualifications.

Investigation of Jo Co Assessor's Office Draws Employee Ire

An investigation into the previous Johnson County Assessor's Office has been made public after Tuesday's County Commissioner's meeting.
The commission went into executive session early Tuesday afternoon but came out after a short time.

Commissioners Approve Contract for Story Fire Mitigation Project

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While the big story from Tuesday's Sheridan County Commission meeting had to do with the Commissioners approving the Release of Claims with the Audrey Koltiska Trust, the Commission did tend to other business.

Christmas at Your Library

With Christmas fast approaching, there seems to be no shortage of events celebrating the holidays in and around Sheridan. One of the latest festive events to help get you in the mood this holiday season is the Christmas at You Library program set to kick off later this week.

Conservation Partnership Brings Mapping Project to Sheridan

The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership will take public input on their Sportsmen Values Mapping Project next Friday, December 16, with a goal of collecting data on the areas that matter most to Wyoming hunters and anglers.

Sheridan County and Koltiska Trust Agree on Claim Amount

After a brief Sheridan County Commissioners meeting Tuesday, Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle held a news conference regarding the embezzlement investigation of former County Clerk Audrey Koltiska.