Archive - Jun 2011 - News

June 3rd

Hospital Board Holds Special Meeting on Cancer Center Project

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held a special meeting Thursday to approve the guaranteed maximum price from KWN Construction for the Welch Cancer Center reconstruction project.

City Council Holds Final Budget Work Session

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The final budget work session of the Sheridan City Council took place Thursday with a presentation by City Clerk Scott Badley and a recap by City Treasurer Jennifer Reed.

Sagebrush Elementary Celebrates Great Year

For the past several years, the staff, students, parents and members of the community have gathered on the playground of Sagebrush Elementary School to have one rip-roaring end-of-school party for a half day.

Firefighters and City Come to Terms on Contract

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The negotiating between the City of Sheridan and the Local International Association of Firefighters Union has drawn to a close as both sides have reached an agreement.

Cool D Studio Celebrates with Dance Recital

Cool D Dance Studio will celebrate their fifth anniversary in Buffalo with their “Best of Five Years” dance recital with two performances this weekend.

YMCA's Buffalo Triathlon This Weekend

This Saturday, keep an eye open for runners and bicyclists in and around Buffalo as the Johnson County Family YMCA hosts the 28th Annual Buffalo Triathlon.

Buffalo Public Mostly For Sports Complex

Close to 75 members of the public in attendance at an information-gathering meeting regarding a proposed sports complex at the existing Bicentennial Park in Buffalo appeared to be mostly in favor of building the complex, although there were some reservations and concerns raised.

June 2nd

Kendrick Pool to Open June 6th

Wednesday we reported that opening day of the Kendrick Park Pool would be postponed indefinitely because of a national recall of pool drain covers. Today, we have a clearer, and more positive update, on when swimmers can hit the water.

Jo Co Flood Watch Update for Thursday

Johnson County Incident Command released a flood potential update this morning, and a flood watch continues for the entire county through Friday afternoon.

Schweitzer Wants Presidential Disaster Declaration

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) -Gov. Brian Schweitzer is asking President Barack Obama to declare a major disaster for Montana due to flooding.