Archive - 2013 - News

October 14th

Johnson County Commissioners Discuss Code Red Warning System

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners discussed the new Code Red Weather Warning system with County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

County Cap Tax Meetings Begin

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Over the next couple of weeks, Sheridan County will be hosting a number of public meetings regarding the Capital Facilities Tax. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Senator's Disappointed In President

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As the government shutdown enters its second full week, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming spoke on the Senate floor about a recent trip to the White House. The Senator explains that the trip was disappointing.

Friday's Day For Link Bag Pick-Up

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Those who've already registered for this year's The Link – Partners in Pink run/walk to benefit breast health in Sheridan, can pick up their bag this Friday afternoon, (Oct. 18) between 3 and 6 in the cafeteria of Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

'Longmire' Author Appears Tonight In Sheridan

Wyoming's nationally-known author Craig Johnson who's become famous for his “Longmire” book series, and A&E television show of the same name, is showcasing his newest book tonight at Sheridan Stationery on Main Street.

Lighthouse is Beacon of Hope and Safety or Just Someone Reaching Out to Help

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Bill Sniffin

The whole concept of what a lighthouse is and can mean has always been a big deal to me.

Sage Grouse Group Wants Public Comment

Sage grouse. Image courtesy Wyoming Game & Fish.

The Northeast Wyoming Sage-Grouse Working Group will hold an open house to gather public comment for their Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan Addendum.

The meeting will be from 11am to 1pm Tuesday, November 5 at the Campbell County Library, located at 2101 4-J Rd in Gillette.

Health Center Officials Review Financials

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees, at their last meeting, heard an update on the facility's financial position through the end of September.

Commission Receives Damage Report

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly gave a report to the county commissioners on the recent snow storm and how various entities responded to and interacted with each other during the event.

October 13th

Caesar's in the House

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Caesar, the Allosaurus

Friday, Sheridan College held an open house to introduce the community to the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center. Bright, shiny and brand spanking new, the facility boasts more space and houses a new book store, all student services, and many new classrooms.