Archive - Jul 2012 - News

July 30th

Physician Recruiting Discussed By JCHC Board

At their meeting last week, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees heard updates on physician recruiting for the facility.

Tuesday Is Sheep Day At Johnson County Fair

Every day a different livestock group is featured at the Johnson County Fair in Buffalo, and Tuesday will be sheep day.

Beginning at 8am, the 4H/FFA Market Sheep Showmanship and Junior Market Sheep show will get things started.

Hunter's Safety Sold Out

Sheridan's smaller citizens are gearing up for their first hunts, ever. An important step in getting prepared for the season for kids is to complete a hunter's safety course sponsored by the Game and Fish and Sheridan Recreation District.

Wyoming Businesses Eligible For Drought Loans

Small, nonfarm businesses in 10 Wyoming counties are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration.

The federal loans are to help offset economic losses because of the drought this year.

Sibling Sweep at Cat Show

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The Sheridan County Fair is in full swing, and Monday afternoon the 4-H Cat Show took place in the confines of the Exhibit Hall. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there, and has the story.

Acme, SR, SR2 Fires 95% Contained

Sheridan County Fire Warden, Bill Biastoch, reported the three fires in Sheridan County are 95 percent contained, as of mid-morning Monday.

Liz Cheney Steals the Stage at GOP Dinner

Liz Cheney attended the Sheridan County Republican Party's Reagan Days dinner to help the party pull together to raise funds for the upcoming election.

July 29th

Sheridan County Fair is Underway

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The Sheridan County Fair got underway over the weekend despite not receiving such a good reception from Mother Nature at times. Horse show events dominated the first two days of the Fair, as everything from English events to showmanship and trail class took place Saturday and Sunday.

Improvements Will Continue at Elk Pasture

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It's been a project that has been in the making for almost three years, improvements to the Elk pasture in Sheridan.

JCSD1 Board Reminded Of Election Filing Period

At their meeting July 25, the Johnson County School District One Board Of Trustees were reminded by Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler of the upcoming Election Filing Period if they wish to serve another term on the board.