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December 21st

Economic Development JPB Has New Director

David Simonsen. Photo credit:LinkedIn.

The Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board has a new director/chief executive officer who stopped by both the county commission and city council meetings this week to introduce himself and get to know some of the people and entities he will now be working with.

City Utility Manager Says Insulate Pipes

Though broken water pipes can cause interior building damage, this one created an outdoor water sculpture. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan's utility manager says keep those water pipes warm, or this deep-freeze could cause a breakage.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

College Announces Awards Nominees

College trustee Bruce Hoffman of Sheridan will be among those nominated for awards when the Wyoming Association of Community Colleges Trustees meets in February.

Senator Announces Academy Nominees

Sen. Mike Enzi -- Courtesy Photo

Wyoming's senior senator has chosen his nominees for federal academies.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

December 20th

Building Stands as Keenan Legacy

Keenan building was first apartment complex. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As part of our ongoing look at Sheridan's historic buildings, this week's feature focuses on one that date's back to the turn of the 20th century.

Council Passes Animal Ordinance Changes

It is now illegal for cat owners to allow their felines to run at large within the city limits of Buffalo, or for residents to keep, maintain and feed hogs, pigs or roosters. The city council approved the code changes pertaining to animal regulations this week.

WYO Theater Receives Major Donation

The WYO theater in downtown Sheridan is currently under construction. (Photo by Ron Richter)

A local performing arts theater is set to receive a half a million dollars from a private donor. Forrest Mars has pledged the sum to the WYO Theater in Sheridan.

Local Christmas Concert Showcases Tubas

An upcoming Christmas concert will showcase low-register instruments, like the tuba.

Here's News Director Leslie Stratmoen with the report.

Lindstrom Guilty of Sexual Abuse, Other Charges

A jury in the Fourth Judicial District Court in Buffalo on Thursday found Michael Lindstrom guilty of three counts of first degree sexual abuse of a minor; three counts of second degree sexual abuse of a minor; two counts of sexual assault; and two counts of aggravated assault.