Archive - May 2012 - News

May 29th

Registration Open For Tidbit Tuesdays At Museum

Sheridan County Museum has opened registration for Tidbit Tuesdays, a free youth education and summer activity program.

Upper Prarie Dog Road Closed Today

Sheridan County Road #127, or Upper Prairie Dog Road, will be close this morning at 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Buffalo Gets Approval For Grant Funding From WBC

City Planner Zach Montgomery attended the Wyoming Business Council (WBC) board meeting in Pinedale last week to give presentations to try to secure funding approval for two projects in the city.

Montgomery tells us what happened at the board meeting.

SPD Issues 5 Citations For Selling Alcohol To Minors

The Sheridan Police Department Activity Summary for Memorial Day Weekend shows alcohol compliance checks uncovered five citations of furnishing alcohol to minors.

Patton Announces Run for Reelection

Sheridan County State Legislator John Patton announced this morning he will run for re-election in the fall.

Barasso Will Shoot For Another Term

Sen. John Barrasso is about to announce his bid for re-election.

May 28th

Poll Question: Are we Safer now that Bin Laden is Dead?

After more than a decade-long manhunt, Al Qaeda's leader, Osama Bin Laden, was killed last year when U.S. forces raided his house in Pakistan.

Drug Take Back Program Doing Well in Sheridan

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Drug Take Back Program Doing Well in Sheridan

As prescription drug abuse continues to rise throughout the U.S., many law enforcement agencies have adopted prescription drug take back programs.

Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby Wet But Successful

Those attending the 29th annual Buffalo Lion's Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby this past Memorial Day Weekend dealt with some nasty weather during the derby, but had some success and some fun, according to Lions Club Chairman Keith Neustel, who recapped the weekend Monday afternoon.

City/County Engineer To Begin Greenleaf Drainage Study

City/County Engineer Wayne Hill gave an update the the city council on the status of a number of projects he is working on or will begin shortly, including drainage issues in the Greenleaf Subdivision and how to reslove standing water in the neighborhood.