Archive - 2013 - News

December 7th

Parents in Prison Bring Challenges for Caregivers

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Having a parent in prison is more common than childhood autism in the United States. That detail is revealed in a new report from Volunteers of America, which seeks to raise awareness of what life is like for the children and their caregivers.

County to guarantee account for JPB

Johnson County has agreed to act as the co-signer on the account for the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Joint Powers Board to establish an account in their name with Rocky Mountain Power.

FIB Donates Winter Coats to VOA

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(From L to R) Laura Howell, Dave Hubert, and Maren Borsheim from the Sugarland Branch standing with the coats they collected. (Coutesy Photo)

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies were the recipients of winter coats from First Interstates Bank’s coat drive, “One Warm Coat”. Thursday, December 5, Volunteers of America arrived at First Interstate Bank to pick-up more than eighty winter coats they had collected.

RR Historic District Preserves Transportation Hub

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The original railroad depot, built in 1892 for passengers arriving on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy trains that initially served the city. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan's Railroad Historic District is one of 25 properties and sites in Sheridan County that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Former Actor Offers Missing Dog Reward

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Former actor and animal rights activist Chris DeRose is offering a $2,500 reward in response to claims of a spike in missing dogs in Casper.

UW Trustees Appoint Interim President

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has appointed Dick McGinity interim president. McGinity is UW's vice president for academic affairs and has been informally performing the duties of president since President Bob Sternberg's resignation about three weeks ago.

December 6th

Residents decidedly against zoning regulations

Johnson County residents are strongly opposed to zoning regulations being enacted in the county, if the residents who spoke out at a public meeting Wednesday night are any indication.

Building Inspector looking at new digs

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, councilman Russ Humphrey asked Building Inspector Toby Rhoades about a rumor of a possible move of his office from City Hall to the old Clear Creek School building, and asked why he had not sought the council's approval to do so.

Preview 3 of a busy Buffalo weekend

Today: A parade, chili, open houses, kids' shopping and more

Over the last few days we have looking at this weekend's happenings in Buffalo.
Today we will wrap up the preview of all this weekend's fun, which will culminate with the annual Chili Feed and Lighted Christmas Parade.

City Crews Continue Cleanup Process

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Snow removal crews with the City of Sheridan have been busy this week cleaning up the aftermath from the latest storm. City Engineer Lane Thompson says that they've been doing most of the work during the overnights.