Archive - May 2, 2011 - News

2nd Annual Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

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The 2nd Annual Drug Take-Back Day was held over the weekend in Sheridan.

Law enforcement officials with the Sheridan Police Department and the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office held the 2nd Annual Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event at Walgreen's Saturday.

Poll Question: Federal Debt Ceiling

How high do we go?

Recently, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner warned Congress that unless the federal debt ceiling is increased by mid-July, the nation's coffers will default.

Nursing Sim Lab in Use for Students

Sheridan College Nursing Instructor Crissy Hunter (far left, with clipboard) and her students in one portion of the Wyoming Simulation Center.

Sheridan College continues to add state-of-the art technology to their educational programs, and one of the most recent will greatly benefit nursing students.

Sheridan City Council to Consider Mutual Agreement With Conservation District

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Sheridan City Council to Consider Mutual Agreement With Conservation District

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their fist meeting of May this evening. The Council will consider a mutual agreement with a local organization regarding a rain garden demonstration project at the old Maverick building at 121 South Main Street.

Jo Co Work Session to Address N. Bypass Easements

The Johnson County Commission will hold a work session Monday, May 2 to discuss the North/South Bypass Road easements and rights-of way with landowners affected in the area.

Buffalo Council Approves Requests

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's City Council, at their meeting April 18th, approved an agreement between the city and John and Laura DeMatteis to build a “fence of convenience” on City-owned property in Mosier Gulch to contain their yaks on their property.

Community Assessment this week in Buffalo

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo will be conducting a number of Community Assessment “Listening Sessions” to gather public input for the latest assessment, with the goal of making Buffalo a “better place to live, work, play and visit,” said Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery.