Archive - Apr 2012 - News

April 20th

Judge Fenn Honored At CASA Light of Hope Breakfast

Local and state representatives, volunteers and others packed the Best Western Sheridan Center Friday morning to recognize one man's service to children in need and celebrate a month set a side for child advocacy.

Bear Captured Near Kendrick Park

Sheridan Media received reports Friday morning that a bear was captured near Kendrick Park.

April 19th

Buffalo Asks Rec Board To Help Name Greenleaf Park

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook asked the city council at their meeting Tuesday if the council wanted to give the right to name the park in the Greenleaf Subdivision to the Johnson County Recreation District Board.

Hook explains further.

Vols Still Needed For Public Health Drill Next Month

Johnson County Public Health will be conducting a drill for a possible “biological event” with the help of County Emergency Management and other agencies. The drill is scheduled for Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15 and volunteers are still needed.

WWA Hosts Grand Finale Gala

The Wyoming Wilderness Association is hosting a grand finale gala event Friday to wrap up the silent auction, which is ongoing until the event starts at 5 PM.

National Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, April 28

The Buffalo/Johnson County Community Resource Center, in cooperation with the Buffalo Police Department and the Johnson County Sheriff's Office will be conducting a drug take-back event in celebration of the National Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, April 28th from 10am to 2pm.

Advocacy and Resource Center Appreciates Their Volunteers

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This week is National Volunteer Appreciation Week and while volunteers play an integral part of just about every non-profit organization, Victim Advocate with the Advocacy and Resource Center Rhonda Weber, says they couldn't do it without them.

Sheridan College Announces Proposed Collaboration

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Immediately following a brief executive session after their regularly scheduled meeting Thursday night, the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees made a significant announcement. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Talking Tech with the Mayor

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Now that the National Association of Broadcasters annual convention in Las Vegas has wrapped up, we thought we'd check in with our roving reporter, who's none other than Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Panek Presents New View of Universe At SC

Richard Panek, acclaimed scientific author and national speaker, thinks 96 percent of the universe is missing.