Archive - Mar 2011 - News

March 9th

District 1: Opening for TRMS Principal Position

The Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees met for their March meeting last night, a week early because of next week's Spring Break.

March 8th

Representative Botten: Experience is Everything

Today we conclude our series with House District 30 Representative Jon Botten. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Change of Plea in District Court

A change of plea hearing was held Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 69-year-old Melvin Krenzelok.

Oasis to Host Gathering, Discussion for Women

Oasis, a women's group in Buffalo, will have a gathering and discussion Thursday evening at the Bighorn Baptist Church in Buffalo. The discussion topic will be “Fear, Anger and Insecurity.”

Health Fair This Weekend in Buffalo

Area residents that had their blood drawn last month for the wellness screenings can pick up their results at this weekend's Health Fair at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Business Roundtable to Discuss Training Grants

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Administration, and First National Bank of Buffalo are sponsoring a Business Roundtable Thursday morning at the Sagewood Cafe and Gifts in Buffalo. The discussion will include a free breakfast for those attending.

More Clarity Needed Before Approval

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The Sheridan City Council tabled the third reading of an ordinance modifying a portion of city code pertaining to the issuance of building permits and certificates of occupancy.

School District 2 March Report

What do Katherine R. Brown, Victoria A. Gill, Wynton E. Grant, Dawson J. Osborn, Kayla N. Parker, Tiffany M. Stampka and Dylan M. Todd all have in common?

March 7th

Declining Revenues Continue for the City of Sheridan

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For the first 6 months of the fiscal year, the City of Sheridan's sale tax revenue matched up with what was projected. In January, all that changed as the deposit came in at the lowest amount since 2003.

Chamber Luncheon to Focus on Local Government

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon is this Wednesday at the Best Western Sheridan Center. Chamber Executive Director Dixie Johnson explains that governmental updates will be the theme of the program.