Archive - Jun 1, 2012 - News

Rollover Crash Kills One, Injures Three Near Kaycee

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol confirmed Friday that a rollover that occurred on I-25 16 miles north of Kaycee killed one and injured three others.

Mayor Kinskey Recommends Lenhart be Promoted to Fire Chief

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In a media release issued by the City of Sheridan, it states that Mayor Dave Kinskey will recommend at Monday's City Council meeting that Terry Lenhart be promoted to Fire Chief.

YMCA's Buffalo Triathlon Today Through Saturday

The 29th Annual Buffalo Triathlon, presented by the Johnson County Family YMCA, will begin this afternoon and continue through Saturday.

The event consists of a ½ mile swim, a 14 mile bike ride and a 4.2 mile run, either held at or starting and finishing at the YMCA.

Officials Agree on Proposed Consensus Funding Distribution

Officials with Sheridan County, the City of Sheridan, Ranchester, Dayton and Clearmont met Thursday to determine a distribution amount of the $2.8 million in consensus funding from the State Legislature.

Candidate Filing Period Ends Today

The deadline for prospective candidates to file for federal, state, county and municipal offices nominated at the Primary Election is today. Sheridan County Elections Director Brenda Kekich.

Museum Appreciation Weekend

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The Sheridan County Museum is hosting their annual Museum Appreciation weekend this Saturday and Sunday. Museum Director Nathan Doerr says there are a number of different activities they've got planned.

Early Out For SCSD#2's Last Day

Today is the last day of school for Sheridan County School District #2, and students will be released early.

SMH Considers Medical Office Building

Construction on the new wing of Sheridan Memorial Hospital is on schedule to be completed at the end of September.

Deadline For Johnson County Candidates To File Is Today

Candidates who wish to file for public office positions in Johnson County or the City of Buffalo have until 5pm today to do so.

Weekend Storms Help Mountain Snowpack...Somewhat

Even with the snowfall in the mountains and precipitation elsewhere during the long holiday weekend last week, snowpack in the Bighorn Mountains didn't change much, according to National Weather Service Hydrologist Jim Fahey, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Riverton office.