Archive - Oct 2012 - News

October 21st

Commissioners Approve Additional Judicial Center Purchase

Johnson County Judicial Center

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the purchase of additional shelving units for the Clerk Of Court's offices at the new judicial center.

Fifth Annual Pumpkin Festival This Week In Buffalo

Over 550 pumpkins of various sizes, over 9,000 pounds of pumpkins will be available as North Star Energy and Construction hosts their fifth annual Pumpkin Festival this weekend in Buffalo's Washington Park.

“Anything Goes”

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Saturday night, the WYO Theater held it's annual Fundraising Gala and folks were treated to a performance of Cole Porter's classic musical, “Anything Goes.”

1st Annual Toy Run

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With Christmas just around the corner, many local families might not be able to afford Christmas presents for their kids this year.

Poll Question of the Week

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A couple of more weeks and the elections will be upon us and possibly a new President. But who really decides who wins and does your vote count? The electoral college makes the final decision.

Painting the Town Pink

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It was pretty hard not to notice all the pink around Sheridan Saturday. It was the 4th annual “The Link-Partners in Pink,” a breast cancer awareness walk/run.

Outdoor Gear Swap Coming in November

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The Sheridan College Outdoor Adventure Club will be hosting its first annual community gear swap on Saturday, November 10th, at the Watt Agricultural Building.

Two Gray Wolf Hunt Areas in Cody and Jackson Now Closed

Two Gray Wolf Hunt Areas in Cody and Jackson Now Closed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced this weekend that two management units for gray wolf, areas 4 and 6, are closed for hunting the species. The Jackson Management Unit, known by hunters as Area 4, closed Saturday after the quota of three wolves was reached.

Caring for the Elderly at Green House

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A look inside a bedroom within the newest cottage at the Green House Living Community in Sheridan. Residents can choose between having a traditional bed or a hospital bed. Photo by Chris Foy.
The backyard of the newest cottage features space for gardening and an impressive view of the Bighorn Mountains.
The Founders Cottage was on display Saturday during an open house.

The newest cottage in the Green House community in Sheridan, designed specifically for elderly people who require active nursing care, was displayed in an open house Saturday.

Sheridan County Commissioners to Hold Two Special Meetings Monday

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The Sheridan County Commissioners will hold two special meetings Monday morning in the Commissioner Boardroom.