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November 18th, 2010

Community Colleges, "Partnerships" and Lichens

Some described the relationship as “close.” Others said said the partnership was “intimate.” They were describing the connection between our local NWCCD community colleges and the surrounding “communities.”

However, it may be that the relationship is less partnership and more like, well, lichens. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love explains:

NWCCD Accreditation Visit

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is in the midst of their much anticipated AQIP “quality checkup visit.” This visit is just part of what the college district has to do in order to remain an accredited institution under AQIP guidelines.

Shawn Osborne Takes the Stand

After the State rested their case in the 1st Degree Murder Trial of Shawn Osborne late Wednesday morning, the defendant took the stand in his defense. Osborne's Defense Attorney Robert Jones asked him to describe the events leading up to the alleged murder of Gerald Bloom on January 15th, 2010.

Council Work Session on Water Treatment Funding

Brian Kuehl (standing) gives a presentation on funding sources for water treatment at a Council Work Session November 17th.

Members of the Sheridan County Commission, the Sheridan City Council and SAWS, along with a handful of City employees attended a work session in City Hall Wednesday afternoon.

Johnson Cty. Commission Looks at Courtroom, Office Designs

Johnson County Commissioners

Sheridan Media News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, brings us this report from Tuesday's Johnson County Commission meeting.

Space for New Attorney

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

The Johnson County Commissioners held their regular meeting in Kaycee on Tuesday, and the question of where to house the newly-elected County Attorney has been answered. Aaron Palmer has the story.

Buffalo Chamber: Texting Tipline Presentation

Officer Angie Lloyd, Buffalo PD

Buffalo Police Officer Angie Lloyd addressed those gathered at the Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday to explain the department's Texting Tip Line. Aaron Palmer brings us the report.

Osborne Trial Day Three: State Crime Lab Testimony

Day three in the 1st Degree Murder Trial of Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne consisted of testimony throughout the morning from experts with the State Crime Lab in Cheyenne.

November 16th

Buffalo City Council Addresses 'Spice;' Grant Money

Buffalo City Council

Sheridan Media News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, has this report from Tuesday's Buffalo City Council meeting.

Buffalo Flu Clinics

Public Health Nurse Manager Ann Jarvis

The Johnson County Public Health Office has been offering flu clinics throughout the fall, with the next one scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 17 at the Buffalo Senior Center from 8 am until noon. Aaron Palmer has more.