Archive - Jun 2011 - News

June 8th

Dillon Sutherlin Probation Revoked

Dillon Sutherlin, age 18, went before Judge John Fenn in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday morning, June 7th per a petition from the State to revoke his probation.

June 7th

SEEDA Work Session Focuses on Future of Childcare Center

The Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority held a work session Tuesday night to garner ideas from local groups on the future of the Hand in Hand Early Childhood Education Center in Sheridan.

Commissioners Approves CUP for SAWS Clearwell Tank

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The Sheridan County Commissioners made quick work out of a short agenda Tuesday. Commissioners approved a Conditional Use Permit from the SAWS Joint Powers Board to construct a buried 1.5 million gallon concrete water tank adjacent to the current Big Goose Water Treatment Plant.

Sheridan City Council Addresses Cablevision

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In June of 2010, New York based Cablevision purchased Bresnan Communications to the tune of $1.36 billion. Cablevision has elected to use the name Optimum, which is their brand for bundled services in their home metropolitan New York City Markets.

Tornado Spotted Near Billings Monday

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As the country music group Sugarland performed in the RimRock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings Monday evening, tornado sirens were going off in the Heights area of the city. Emergency crews reported that a tornado had been spotted near Laurel, Montana.

Bikers Against Bruises Coming Up

Coming up June 24th and 25th, the Advocacy & Resource Center is hosting its 3rd Annual Bikers Against Bruises event. Friday night the 24th is geared toward families, says co-organizer Yvonne Swanson.

Representative Berger Among Delegation to China

The Gasification & Coal Chemicals in Asia Pacific 2011 Conference, more easily identified as GAP 2011, is coming up in Beijing, China June 8th and 9th.

Spring Black Bear Areas 3 and 4 Are Closed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced that black bear hunt areas 3 and 4 in the Bighorn Management Unit in the Bighorn Mountains are now closed. The closure was due to the fact that the spring harvest quota of six female black bears was reached.

Jo Co Commission Meeting Preview

The Johnson County Commissioners will have their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, and one of the main topics will be the new presentation and offer of services from Volunteers of America to continue providing juvenile detention and probation services to the county.

Buffalo's Budget Gets Second Reading

The Annual Appropriations Bill, or budget, for the City of Buffalo will get its second reading at their regular meeting this evening at Buffalo City Hall.