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July 15th, 2011

Jo Co Planner: Airport Regs Need Looked At

Johnson County Commission

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling brought an issue with the airport to the attention of the county commissioners last week.
Yingling told them that Airport Zoning Regulations need to be looked at and either adopted or changed, based on what he found.

July 14th

Get Ready for the Parade Morning Broadcast from Sheridan Media

The process that goes into bringing you live coverage of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade along with the rest of Friday morning's activities from downtown Sheridan is a daunting one.

Public Comment Invited at P&Z Meeting Tonight in Buffalo

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

Tonight at 6pm at Buffalo's City Hall, the public can review and comment on proposed changes to the city's Planning and Zoning Ordinances.
City Planner Zach Montgomery explains.

Relationship Marketing Theme of Monthly Chamber Luncheon

Laura Lehan

About 100 Business owners and community members from around Sheridan County listened to a detailed talk Wednesday at the monthly Sheridan County Chamber luncheon on how relationship marketing is key to any company maintaining a customer base.

Sheridan P.D. and VOA Team Up for Juvenile Holding Facility

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The Masonic Lodge will once again be the site for a juvenile holding facility for Rodeo weekend.

For the second straight year the Sheridan Police Department and Volunteers of America Northern Rockies joined forces to operate a holding facility for juvenile offenders during Rodeo weekend.

SAWS to Hold Special Meeting Due to Lack of Quorum

SAWS Chairman and Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board were short a few hands for their monthly meeting Wednesday. Board members Bob Rolston, Steve Brantz and John Bigelow were not able to attend, which meant that the meeting could not be held due to the lack of a quorum.

Mead Eager to Present Wyoming’s Case on Sage-Grouse

Governor Mead Eager to Present Wyoming’s Case on Sage-Grouse. ( Photo Courtesy of the Wyoming Outdoor Council)

Wyoming has received notice that a judge in Idaho has granted Wyoming’s motion to intervene in sage-grouse litigation.

PAWS Data Not Analyzed By JCSD Just Yet

Dr. Rod Kessler

Employee vacations, a new school to plan and other factors have prevented the Johnson County School District from analyzing, comparing and compiling data from the Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students, or PAWS, released by the Wyoming Department of Education last week.

Relay For Life Events This Weekend in Buffalo

Relay For Life Events are this weekend in Buffalo

The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Johnson County will be happening this Friday and Saturday at the Buffalo High School track.

Buffalo Chamber Luncheon Features Empowerment

Empower Wyoming trainers Francene Russell and Rob Latimer explain how the classes prepare women and children to keep themselves safe.

This month's Buffalo Chamber Luncheon had everything a good action flick should have...fighting, yelling, hitting, kicking and plenty of, well...action.