Archive - Apr 2011 - News

April 5th

Operation S.A.V.E. Session Tonight in Dayton

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The Tongue River Valley Community Center has teamed up with the Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition for Operation S.A.V.E.

Big Bucks Bingo Benefits Rotary Students

Coming up Tuesday night in Buffalo is Big Bucks Bingo, an event to raise money for the Buffalo Rotary Club's Student Exchange Program.

Buffalo City Council to Appoint Board Members

The Buffalo City Council, at their regular meeting Tuesday, will introduce Ordinance No. 1347, which will revise City code regarding the appointment of members to the Vision Buffalo Commission.

Jo Co Commission to Discuss New CJC Court Facility

Discussions regarding the proposed new courtroom facility at the new criminal justice center now under construction will happen at the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday at the courthouse.

April 4th

Wal-Mart to Remain Liquor Free

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Much of the almost four hour Sheridan City Council meeting Monday night centered around Wal-Mart's request for a retail liquor license owned by Rick Howell, the former owner of Pablo's Mexican Restaurant.

Senior Center to Award Three Keystone Recipients

Coming up Thursday, April 28th, the Sheridan Senior Center will be hosting a first-ever fundraiser.

Sheridan City Council to Tackle a Number of Tough Issues Tonight

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Tonight's Sheridan City Council meeting is sure to go well into the evening as there are a number of contentious issues that will be addressed.

Poll Question: UW Hiring Larry Shyatt

University of Wyoming athletics officials announced Thursday that Larry Shyatt has agreed to a five-year contract to take over as head coach of the Cowboy Basketball program. He replaces Heath Schroyer, who was fired in February.

Premium Increase Looming for JCHC Employees

Healthcare premiums for employees of the Johnson County Healthcare Center will increase by 10 percent effective May 1st, after the Hospital Board approved to pass on the increase to employees at their regular meeting last week.

JoCo to Welcome Assistant Deputy Attorney

Kenneth DeCock has been looking to hire another attorney to work in his office since he became Johnson County Attorney in January.