Archive - Aug 2011 - News

August 2nd

Sheridan County Commissioners Approve Amendments to Quarry Permits

The Sheridan County Commissioners, following about 20 minutes of public comment, approved amendments regarding quarry permits at their meeting Tuesday morning.

City of Sheridan Continues Work on Purchasing Policy

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The City of Sheridan continues to work on developing a purchasing policy that will most likely be implemented in early September. The City Council were presented with a draft review of the policy and tabled the item until a date certain of Tuesday, September 6th.

SCSO Will Host National Night Out Tonight

Hang out with members of the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office tonight at a free barbecue at the Story Fire Hall as they celebrate the National Night Out.

3rd Annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk is Saturday

An event will spread awareness and educate this weekend at the 3rd annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk event Saturday morning, put on by the Sheridan Senior Center. Family Caregiver Director, Stella Montano, talked about this year's event.

Buffalo Council to Discuss Grants, Revitalization, Engineer

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The Buffalo City Council has a full agenda for their meeting Tuesday. The council will hold public hearings and then introduce resolutions for grant applications for the Clear Creek Elementary School Building and the Crazy Woman Square project.

Buffalo Council Approves Easement Transfers

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved the transfer of easements from the county to the city on a water line to the fairgrounds.

Jo Co Commission Preview for August 2

The Johnson County Commissioners have a number of items on their Tuesday agenda, but it looks like a fairly routine day, according to Commission Chair Smokey Wildeman.

August 1st

Sheridan County Museum is Brewing Up History

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Friday, August 5th, the Sheridan County Museum will be holding its 4th annual “Brewing Up History Beer Tasting” fundraiser. Held on the front porch, Black Tooth Brewery will be the featured beer maker. Twenty-four other handpicked beers will also be served.

Busy Times at the Library

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The “dog days of summer” might soon be coming to an end, but our local library is just as busy as ever.

Entryway Corridor Modifications

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night approved on 1st reading an ordinance that adds clarification by modifying language in the City's Entryway Corridor ordinance. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was at the meeting and has the story.