Archive - 2013 - News

December 10th

VOA to Give Quarterly Report to Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners will have their second meeting of December Tuesday, and will work through a fairly busy morning agenda.

Request For Proposals For Surveys Coming

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling.

The Johnson County Commissioners and County Planner Rob Yingling discussed the Request For Proposals (RFPs) at the last commissioner's meeting.

Don't Forget Caring and Sharing Programs

Johnson County's Caring and Sharing programs are underway, so don't forget to give a little this year if you can.

The Perfect Present, Duh! Adventures in Gift Giving

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Bill Sniffin

Last week we celebrated my wife’s birthday by installing a new furnace in the house. I even put a red bow on it.

She was not impressed.

Sheridan Man Faces Possible Charges Following Fatal Crash

A man from Sheridan is facing possible charges following a crash over the weekend in Nebraska that killed one woman and injured another.

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Lewis Street Bridge Project Open House

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is holding a public open house this evening on the planned replacement and road re-alignment of the Lewis Street Bridge in Sheridan. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell.

December 9th

21st Annual Festival of Trees was held Saturday

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Saturday, the Sheridan Inn became the host site for the Festival of Trees, a fundraiser for Sheridan and Johnson County Special Olympics. The Inn became a winter wonderland as trees and wreathes of every color and shape filled the rooms bringing with them, a special kind of magic.

It was an Old-Fashioned Open House at the Mansion

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Sunday evening closed out the annual holiday Open House at the Trail End State Historic Site. Often called Kendrick Mansion, the museum came alive with the sights, sounds, and scents of Christmas from the early 1900's.

The Community Holiday Dinner Becomes a Tradition for Many

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Hundreds stood in line at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, waiting for the minutes to tick down to 4 o'clock, the time to begin Sheridan's 23rd annual Community Holiday Dinner.

Erin DeFries heads up the event.