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December 28th

Safe Routes to School One Step Closer

The Safe Routes to School/Brock Street project is closer to reality, according to Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery, who informed the City Council last week of where the project now stands.

December 27th

Car Crash Fatalities Are Up This Year

Wyoming Highway Fatalities are up for the year.

Car crash fatalities around Wyoming are up by almost 20 this year. Sergeant John Townsend says while there is not necessarily one particular cause for these higher numbers:

Planning Commission Approves Rezoning

The Sheridan Planning Commission voted unanimously to rezone a lot from a B-1 Business District to an M-1 Industrial District. City Planning Director Robert Briggs:

Senior Center Christmas Dinner Special

Prime rib with gravy, twice baked potatoes, green beans and tomatoes, a fresh fruit salad and bread pudding was this year's Christmas dinner menu at the Sheridan Senior Center.

Poll Question: New Year's Resolutions

What's on your list? (courtesy photo)

Losing weight. Saving money. Taking a trip. Being less busy. Volunteering more. These are just some of the resolutions people may make heading into the new year.

Doerr Named Museum Director

Nathan Doerr has been named new Director of the Sheridan County Museum, as of January 1, 2011.

The Sheridan County Historical Society issued a media release Thursday announcing that Nathan Doerr has been selected to become the new Director of the Sheridan County Museum. Former director Dana Prater resigned from the position in early December.

Buffalo/Johnson County Officials to be Sworn In

Those elected to Buffalo's City and County positions in this year's General Election will be sworn into office during ceremonies January 3rd and 4th, 2011.

Buffalo City Planner Year-End Report

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery gave his final report for 2010 to the City Council last week, updating them on ongoing projects he is working on and others he is involved in. Aaron Palmer has the report.

December 27th

Downtown Square Redesign in Works

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The design for Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo is apparently changing again, after City Planner Zach Montgomery informed the City Council of the two new possible designs accepted by the Buffalo Development Association's Design Committee earlier this month.

New Report on Forest Management and Climate Change

Rocky Mountain Research Station recently issued a report on Climat Change. (photo from organization's website).

The U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station has just released a new scientific study about forest management methods to mitigate the effects of climate change.