Archive - 2011 - News

December 14th

Buffalo Council Okays Grant Application for Police

Jason Carder

Two grant applications were approved by the Buffalo City Council last week, at the request of acting Police Chief Jason Carder.

December 13th

Planning for the Future

Planning for the Future

The Board of Trustees for Sheridan Memorial Hospital recently met for a financial strategic planning discussion.

Sheridan P.D. Seeking Information on Theft From Vacutech

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Sheridan P.D. Seeking Information on Theft From Vacutech

The Sheridan Police Department is investigating the theft of two 47” LG LCD flat panel television monitors that were stolen last week from 1350 Hi Tech Drive, which is the location of the new Vacutech building in north Sheridan.

Senator Enzi Supports Bold Budget Amendment

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi wants his colleagues to join him and support an amendment to the Constitution that would prevent the federal government from spending more than it takes in.

Department of Health: Donate Unused Medications to Help Others

Department of Health: Donate Unused Medications to Help Others

The Wyoming Department of Health has announced that through their Medication Donation Program, state residents can donate their unused medications to help those who may not be able to afford their prescriptions. Program Manager Natasha Gallizzi.

New Coffeen Elementary Funding In Question

Sheridan County School District 2 has plans to rebuild Coffeen Elementary, but the Wyoming School Facilities Commission does not allocate funding for the school in its 2012-13 biennium budget.

WATCH Students Send 31 Care Packages to Troops

Sheridan High School students collected items this holiday season to send to troops and ended up mailing 31 care packages, according to career center coordinator Tracy Hewitt-Adams.

Buffalo's CCMS Bands to Perform Winter Concert

Last week, the Clear Creek Middle School Choirs gave their Winter Concert, and this week it's the bands' turn.

Johnson County School Board Names New School

Buffalo's New School will be named Cloud Peak Elementary School.

Buffalo's new school now has a new name after the Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees made their decision at their meeting Monday night. Buffalo's new school will be known as Cloud Peak Elementary School.

Buffalo, Jo Co: Who Owns Property Under CJC?

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County are looking into which entity owns the property under the justice center and the courtroom facility currently under construction.