Archive - Jan 17, 2013 - News

New Scam Has Made Its Way Into Circulation

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The Sheridan Police Department is warning people to be on the lookout for a new scam that is making its way around Sheridan. This one involves contacting the individual through e-mail says Sheridan Police Lieutenant Chris Dahmke.

New Report Shows More Wyoming Students Eating Breakfast in School

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A report released Tuesday by the Food Research and Action Center shows that Wyoming has made improvement in making sure low-income students are getting a nutritious breakfast. Crystal FitzSimons with FRAC says the program has many benefits.

A Building for the Community

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan Media first reported in December that Sheridan County School District Two was negotiating the sale of the old Woodland Park school in Sheridan.

Johnson County Teachers Recognized For Certification

Twelve teachers in the Johnson County School District were recently announced as Nationally-Certified Teachers and nine were recognized by the District at the Board of Trustees meeting this week.

Johnson County Releases Retainage On Judicial Center

Johnson County's new Judicial Center

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, released $400,000 in a retainage account at the request of Groathouse Construction, who built the recently-completed Judicial Center for the county.

CASA Asks Buffalo Council's Help In Finding New Home

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, Bobbi Walseth, Director of CASA, and Patsy Jenkins, Coordinator for Johnson County, requested helpfrom the council in finding a new facility to house the Johnson County CASA program.