Archive - Apr 2011 - News

April 30th

Local Foods Expo Today

Learn how to grow or order locally grown produce and other local food products today at the Sheridan College Watt Agriculture Center.

Today until 3 pm is the first-ever Local Foods Expo held at the Sheridan College Watt Agricultural Center. Seventeen vendors and information booths will be on hand to discuss growing or ordering locally grown produce and meats.

Landscapes and Travel Photo Exhibit Opens Monday at Fulmer Library

Landscapes and Travel Photo Exhibit Opens Monday at Fulmer Library

The May exhibit on the Mezzanine at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library is Jason Persun's Landscapes and Travel Photos. Fulmer Library Executive Director Cameron Duff says that this isn't the first time Persun's work has been displayed at the Library.

April 29th

Swim Club Duck Race Saturday in Buffalo

The Buffalo Swim Club will have their annual duck race fundraiser Saturday morning, April 30.
The race will take place in Clear Creek in Buffalo beginning at 10am.
The ducks will be dumped into the creek in Washington Park and will finish downtown.

County Officials Meet With Great Lakes Airlines

Great Lakes Airlines will look to improve service at the Sheridan County Airport with the addition of several planes.

Sheridan County Commissioners, along with Airport Manager John Stopka, met with officials from Great Lakes Airlines Thursday to discuss ways to improve the service in Sheridan.

Three Honored at 1st Annual Keystone Awards

From left-to-right: Dr. Seymour Thickman, Darlene Elliot and Roman Skatula. All three were honored at Thursday night's Keystone Awards.

Three very deserving individuals were honored Thursday night at the 1st annual Keystone Awards to benefit the Sheridan Senior Center. Darlene Elliot, Dr. Seymour Thickman and Roman Skatula were honored for their timeless commitment to the Sheridan community throughout the years.

Spear-O-Wigwam Purchase Made Official

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young with the announcement of the acquisition of the Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch Thursday.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District made the purchase of the Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch in Northern Johnson County official at a special announcement ceremony at Sheridan College Thursday. College President Dr.

Students Present Drama Showcase Tonight

Sheridan High School Drama Students will present a Showcase tonight at 7:30 in the Sue Henry Auditorium. The performances highlight the competition pieces they took to State Drama in December.

Last December, about fifteen students in the SHS Drama Department competed at Wyoming State Drama, and tonight, the public is invited to enjoy a Drama Showcase highlighting their work.

Sheridan Man Appears in Court on Several Drug Charges

Sheridan Man Appears in Court on Several Drug Charges

21-year-old Sheridan resident Trevor Dunham had his Initial Appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday. Dunham is charged with two Felonies; Possession of a Controlled Substance With Intent to Deliver - Cocaine; and Possession of a Controlled Substance With Intent to Deliver - Heroin.

JCHC Board Gets Financial Report

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center was given the financial report for the month of March at their regular meeting Wednesday night.

Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward said the income for the facility looked good for the month, but expenses were higher than anticipated.

Buffalo Council Approves Final Payment on Wastewater Plant

Buffalo's new wastewater treatment plant

At last week's Buffalo City Council meeting, Public Works Director Les Hook asked that the Council approve the final payment to Hydro Construction and to release a half a million dollars in retainage, essentially bringing the project to a close.