Archive - News

August 4th, 2011

How Layoffs Affect Fire Response

Posted in
Local Firefighters Union President and Firefighter/EMT George Neeson

The City of Sheridan's decision to privatize ambulance service in order to balance their budget certainly has drawn the ire of many throughout the community, as 6 firefighters with Sheridan Fire-Rescue were laid off as a result of that privatization. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter takes a look at exactly how the layoffs will affect how SFR responds to calls.

Hospital Foundation Announces $25,000 Pledge

Hospital Foundation announces $25,000 pledge for new Welch Cancer Center.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital announced Thursday that the Homer A. and Mildred Scott Foundation has pledged $25,000 to support the new Welch Cancer Center project.

Story Home and Garden Sampler

Posted in
Story Woman's Club Treasurer Karylyn Petrie, and Secretary Patty Hoover talk about the upcoming Story Home and Garden Sampler fundraiser.

The Story Woman's Club is holding a fundraiser Saturday that will offer a “garden” variety of activities. The Story Home Sampler is a chance for people to tour several homes as well as a couple of gardens in the quiet little mountain community.

NWCCD Opens Veteran Services Office

Director of Veteran Services for the NWCCD Brett Burtis

The Northern Wyoming Community College District announced in a media release that they've opened a Veteran Services Office that will serve Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell Counties.

3 Die After Semi Hits Car, Jeep Near Billings

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The Montana Highway Patrol says a semi tractor-trailer crossed the center line of U.S. Highway 87 north of Billings leading to a fiery three-vehicle crash that killed three people and injured two others.

Finley Arraigned in District Court

Sheridan County Courthouse

A Sheridan man accused of two counts of aggravated assault and battery with a hand gun was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday. Jamison Finley, 24, plead not guilty to both counts and Judge John Fenn set a tentative trial date for January 18.

Annual Trike Rally Hits Buffalo This Weekend

The Annual American Trike Association's Trike Rally is in Buffalo again this year, and events will be happening all weekend.

Buffalo, Jo Co May Hire, Share Engineer

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County are studying the possibility of hiring a joint city/county civil engineer to handle a lot of the tasks that are currently hired out to private engineering firms.

Buffalo Approves Grants for Crazy Woman Square Project

Buffalo City Council

Renovation on Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square took another step toward reality Tuesday when Buffalo's City Council approved two grant application requests.

August 3rd

Doggie Divas Competition

Posted in
"What a Woof!!"

Calling all dogs. This coming Saturday at Paw Prints Pet Boutique, all dogs are invited, with their owners, to put their best paw forward. It's a “Canine Couture Show and Doggie Swimwear Contest for dogs.