Archive - Mar 2011 - News

March 11th

Buffalo Council Approves Sanitation Permit

At last week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request for a sanitation collection permit from Scott Gruntmeir with Bald Mountain Sanitation.

Johnson County Relay For Life Seeking Volunteers

“Remembering a Decade of Hope in Johnson County” is the name given to this year's 10th Anniversary celebration of Relay For Life in Johnson County.

March 10th

TRVCC After School Program Donates to Homeless Shelter

Children with the Tongue River Valley Community Center After School Program made a very special donation Wednesday to the Sheridan Homeless Shelter.

SAWS Approves CUP Submittal for Clearwell

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board agreed unanimously Wednesday night to submit a request for a conditional use permit for a new clearwell at the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant.

Preview for Online Auction is Underway

Your chance to preview a bevy of items from local businesses taking part in the latest online auction at sheridanmedia.com is now underway. Auction Administrator Julie Chadwick says that once again there will be a large variety of items up for bid.

Buffalo Library to Present Women of the West

The Johnson County Library will offer a program entitled “Tamers: Women Who Built the West” this Friday at 7pm.

JoCo Commission Approves Tax Refunds, Adjustments

Property tax refunds and adjustments were approved by the Johnson County Commissioners at last week's meeting.

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers brought three separate refunds and adjustments to the commission's attention, saying the land owners had been overtaxed on recent appraisals of their property.

SCJC to Offer Lecture on Western Novel

Authors John Nesbitt and Robert Roripaugh will present a lecture on “The Western Novel: History, Lore and Practice,” Friday March 11 at Sheridan College in Johnson County, beginning at 7pm.

March 9th

Sheridan County Chamber Luncheon Was All About Local Government

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday was a chance for those in attendance to hear an update on how the local governments within the County are doing.

Border Wars Adds New Division

About eighty Future Farmers of America, or FFA, students from all around Wyoming and Eastern Montana competed in the annual “Border Wars” at the Watt Ag Center at Sheridan College Tuesday.