Archive - Feb 2011 - News

February 7th

Child Development Screenings Tuesday in Buffalo

The Buffalo Child Development Center

The Child Development Center in Buffalo will be offering Child Development Screenings for all children from birth to five years of age on Tuesday, February 8th.

Health Care Reform: Are Mandates the Answer?

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

It's been almost a year since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law by President Obama. Sheridan Media News Director Ron Richter sat down with Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty to discuss all things health care.

Final ZIRC Report Presented to City Council

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

The Sheridan City Council were presented with the finalized Zucker Implementation Review Committee report Monday night.

Council Approves Lu Lu's Liquor License Application

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The Sheridan City Council approved an application for a restaurant liquor license for Lu Lu's Cafe in Sheridan.

Patrons of Lu Lu's Cafe in Sheridan will now have the option of having an adult beverage with their food after the Sheridan City Council approved their application for a restaurant liquor license.

Publishing Costs Covered

The Sheridan County Historical Society has announced that they have received donations totaling over $23,000 to fully cover the costs of publishing “In the Shadow of the Big Horns”, a book written by local Author-Historian Cynde Georgen.

Update on Woodland Park Village Incident

Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier

We have an update from Sheriff Dave Hofmeier regarding the incident at the Woodland Park Village mobile home park that occurred Saturday morning, February 5th in Sheridan.

February 6th

Incident at Woodland Park Village

An incident involving a resident at the Woodland Park Village Trailer Park in Sheridan occurred over several hours Saturday morning. A witness told Sheridan Media that several deputies and detectives from the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office were on scene for at least five hours.

Poll Question: Linden Hill Fence

photo by Stan Woinoski, Deer Run Graphics

For as long as anyone living in Sheridan can remember, the Linden Hill has been used for sledding adventures. Several weeks, ago, however, officials with the Child Development Center put up a chain link fence, much to the dismay – and downright ire – of the community.

Madden Votes Against Increase to Local Govts.

State Representative Mike Madden

State Representative Mike Madden recently voted against a bill that would increase money allocated to county and city governments in the state by nearly six percent.

Rogers Settles into Assessor's Job

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers

Johnson County's new Assessor Cindy Rogers has been on the job just a little over a month, and has admittedly had some setbacks during that time.