Archive - 2011 - News

January 5th

Reform Campaign Targets U.S. Senate Rules

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The new U.S. Congress goes to work today, and one of the first items on the agenda will be setting the rules for the U.S. Senate. Several proposals are circulating that would end the gridlock the Senate has faced

Wildeman Appointed Chairman of JC Commission

Albert “Smokey” Wildeman was appointed the Chairman of the Board of Johnson County Commissioners at their regular meeting Tuesday. Aaron Palmer has more.

Buffalo City Council has Change of Power

There was a change in the Mayor's seat and two council seats at Tuesday's City Council meeting in Buffalo. Aaron Palmer with the report.

January 5th

More Quarry Quandaries

The proposed rock quarry off of Columbus Creek was the big issue at the Sheridan County Commissioner's meeting this week.

Sheridan City Council Receives Update on Traffic Management Plan

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The Sheridan City Council received the second of two updates to the recently implemented traffic management plan Tuesday.

Ranchester Town Council Discusses Law Enforcement

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Tuesday night's Ranchester Town Council meeting got underway with the swearing in of new Councilor's Krista Thompson and Chris Bernard, as well as new Mayor Allan Moore.

Contentious Quarry by Columbus Creek Road

The Sheridan County Commissioners started off the new year with a fairly hefty meeting, lasting not quite 3 hours with the board room packed with attendees. So what was the issue that drew an almost standing-room-only crowd?

County Commissioners Elect Ringley As Chair

The Sheridan County Commissioners had a “changing of the guard” at this week's meeting. Commissioner Steve Maier has served as Chair for the past year:

The unanimously-elected new chair is Commissioner Tom Ringley.

Dayton Town Council Report

Monday night's Dayton Town Council found incumbent Mayor Bob Wood and incumbent Councilman Bob Alley sworn into office, along with new Councilor Dennis Wagner.

Living Off the Grid

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A $57,000 investment in solar has this Story couple smiling. Richard and Kristen Weber have peace of mind knowing that when the power goes out, their lights and heat won’t.