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October 25th, 2011

Former Bears QB McMahon to Visit Sheridan for Wounded Warrior Fundraiser

Former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon during a visit to Iraq on New Years 2007. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon, perhaps best known for his role on the 1985 Chicago Bears Super Bowl team, will be in Sheridan this weekend to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

Chamber Announces Stroll Button Design Winner

Designed by 12-year-old Kailee Becking, 2011 Christmas Stroll Button.

It's still October, but the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce is already gearing up for the Christmas Stroll. 12-year-old Kailee Becking was announced as the winner of the Christmas Stroll Button Design Contest Monday.

Whitney Benefits Maintains Fiduciary Excellence Certification

Whitney Benefits has maintained its certification for fiduciary excellence for the second year, an award attained through an independent audit determining adherence to "excellence in investment standards".

Some Concerned With Arena at Jo Co Fairgrounds

Smokey Wildeman

Some citizens voiced their concerns about a possible indoor roping arena at the Johnson County Fairgrounds during last week's county commission meeting.

Buffalo, Jo Co to Get Update On Nerd Energy Project

Zach Montgomery

The Nerd Energy Group will be making a presentation to the Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commissioners this week on the proposed Natural Gas to Gasoline project that could be developed at Lake DeSmet in Johnson County.

JCSD1 Superintendent: Infrastructure Funding Ok'd

Dr. Rod Kessler

The Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees had their meeting Monday night, and were informed by Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler that funding has been approved by the state for infrastructure in and around the new intermediate school that is currently in the design phase.

October 24th

Crow Triple-Killing Suspect Enters Not Guilty Plea

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The defendant in a triple killing on southeast Montana's Crow Reservation has entered a not guilty plea to a grand jury indictment charging him with three counts of first-degree murder.

Former Design and Review Board Recognized

Members of the now dissolved Design and Review board were recognized Monday night at City Hall, some who had served since the board's inception eight years ago. City Planning Director Robert Briggs.

Planning Commission Work Session: Clarifying Design and Review Standards

City Planning Director Robert Briggs

Work to streamline development standards and design guidelines for the City of Sheridan entered a second phase during a Planning Commission Work Session Monday night at City Hall.

Eastern Wyoming Redistricting Still Undecided

CHEYENNE (AP) - Redistricting boundaries of Wyoming's eastern third remain undecided in the latest tentative plan approved by a legislative panel.