Archive - 2013 - News

December 24th

Health Official Says Time to Get Vaccinated

A federal health official says the flu season is definitely upon us, so it's time to take precautions.

That Was the Year That Was . . . A Look Back at 2013 in Wyoming

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Bill Sniffin

As 2013 winds down, it makes sense to look back at what kind of items were featured in this statewide column.

Frigid Weather Takes Toll on Water Pipes

Sheridan Utility Manager Ken Hirschman -- Photo by Ron Richter

In a call last week to the city's public works director, we learned that this unusually frigid weather in Sheridan has taken its toll on water pipes, both on private and city property.

Volunteers Needed for Eagle Count

As part of a bird count being conducted nationwide, the Buffalo Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management is asking for volunteers to help with the 2014 Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey. It'll be held on Saturday, Jan. 11.

School District 2 Opts Out of SEEDA

Sheridan County School District 2 wants to withdraw from participation in SEEDA, which is the Sheridan Economic Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board.

Theater Stays Open through Christmas Holiday

If you're looking for something to do on Christmas Day, a movie just might be the only ticket in town.

Senior Center Offers Christmas Day Meal

Anyone who hasn't made plans yet for Christmas dinner is invited to the senior citizens center in Sheridan.

December 23rd

AP News Update

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WYOMING WIND FARM

Company: Wyo. wind farm eagle deaths overestimated

County Gets Yearly Report From Powder River Conservation District

Anita Bartlett. photo credit;www.powderrivercd

The Powder River Conservation District (PRCD), out of Kaycee, came before the Johnson County Commissioners at last week's meeting, to give their annual report on their accomplishments this year and plans for the new year.

Buffalo Police Pick Up New Patrol Car

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his report to the city council, said he was sending officers to Colorado to pick up the department's newest patrol car. He expected the car to be in the normal vehicle rotation this week.