Archive - Feb 2013 - News

February 11th

Mayor Kinskey Talks Snow Removal

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With the first major storm of the winter behind us, the main routes in Sheridan are mostly clear of snow and ice. When it comes to some of the side streets, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says there's still work to do.

Saturday University

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Saturday, through a joint effort of Sheridan College and the University of Wyoming, a free, one-day college education was offered to anyone wanting to experience education at the university level.

Fulmer Public Library Raises $343,000

Community support for the Fulmer Public Library has helped it reach a significant goal. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Buffalo Council Opts Not to Suspend Liquor License

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council chose not to suspend a city retail liquor license on the recommendation of City Attorney Ben Kirven.

Funding Sources For Airport Water, Sewer Discussed By Jo Co

At their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners discussed possible funding sources for a proposed project to bring water and sewer to the Johnson County Airport.

Blood Draws For Annual Health Fair This Week In Buffalo

Johnson County has again teamed with Health Fairs of Wyoming to bring low-cost health screenings to residents of the county.
The Johnson County Health Fair's blood draws will happen this week in Buffalo and the next week in Kaycee.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

The Sheridan City Council unanimously approved the third and final reading of ordinance #2124 Monday night. The ordinance amends City code pertaining to building and site design standards to make the development process more administrative. City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs.

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Coal Sales Investigated by Feds; No Violations Yet

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The U.S. Secretary of Interior says his agency is investigating whether mining companies are skirting royalty rules as they increase exports of coal to Asia, but have issued no violations yet.

February 10th

January Court Proceedings From Johnson County

January 7: Chelsea Keegan entered a plea of guilty to one count of Welfare Fraud. Keegan misrepresented her income and obtained $39,175.66 in medical benefits.
A plea agreement between the State and Defendant provides that if the Defendant immediately pays restitution, the State would

Central Wyoming Counseling Center Receives $25,000 Grant

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The Central Wyoming Counseling Center, a non-profit community behavioral health and substance abuse treatment center, recently received $25,000 in grant funding. The grant came from the Blue Envelope Health Fund, which has played a major role in the CWCC since its inception in 1959.