Archive - Aug 2012 - News

August 9th

Mountain View Vet Hospital Achieves AAHA Reaccreditation

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital recently passed an evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), which earned their continued accreditation with the nation's strictest standards of veterinary care.

Prevention Coalition Needs Community Input

The Sheridan County and Johnson County prevention coalitions are looking for community input as a part a broad-spectrum needs assessment.

Echoes Of The Past Cemetery Tours Begin Today

Jennifer Romanoski, Educator at the Jim Gatchell Museum

The Jim Gatchell Museum's Echoes Of The Past Cemetery Tours begin tonight and will continue through this weekend and again next weekend at Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo.

WYDOT Gets 500K Highway Grant

The Wyoming Department of Transportation received a $520,000 Highway for Life grant this week to be used on a five-miles stretch of Highway 196 south of Buffalo.

August 8th

Candidate Forum

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City of Sheridan mayoral candidates Steve Brantz; left, and Dave Kinskey at Wednesday night's candidate forum at Sheridan College.

The first of two candidate forums hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee was held Wednesday night at the Sheridan College CTEL.

Court Calls for New Information in Sheridan Murder Case

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Court Calls for New Information in Sheridan Murder Case

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Supreme Court has ordered a lawyer representing a Sheridan teenager serving a life sentence in a 2009 home invasion killing to present information about how a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision could affect the teen's sentence.

Sheridan County Accepts FONSI for Public Health Expansion

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Sheridan County was recently awarded $300,000 in community development block grant funds to allow for the expansion of the Public Health Building to accommodate the Sheridan Health Center, formerly known as the Free Clinic of Sheridan County.

Sarpy Complex 85% Contained, Crews Step Down

Red Flag Warnings have continued in southeastern Montana while firefighters keep a handle on the Sarpy Hills Fire complex.

Commissioners Address Change in TANF Funds

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Commissioners Address Change in TANF Funds

When Sheridan County Commissioners approved the distribution amount of a TANF grant at their June, 19th meeting, they were under the impression that the grant would be in the amount of $50,000, as it has been in years past.

Prevention Coalition Starts Mining for Data

Sheridan and Johnson County Prevention coalitions are working to conduct a community needs assessment about the Sheridan area to tailor programs unique to the population.