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October 11th, 2011

Hospitality & Tourism Fall Summit 2011

Wyoming Office of Tourism Director Diane Shober

Day 1 of the Wyoming Hospitality and Tourism Fall Summit taking place at the Sheridan Holiday Inn consisted of, among other things, Wyoming Office of Tourism Director Diane Shober updating those in attendance on the current state of tourism in Wyoming.

Juvenile Justice Administrator Responds to Recent Report

The Sheridan County Juvenile Justice Office.

A recent report released by the child advocate group the Annie E. Casey Foundation was very harsh on Wyoming's juvenile justice system. The report indicated that Wyoming spent some $66 million last year incarcerating kids.

Ptolemy to Begin Data Center Construction, Groundbreaking Ceremony Thursday

A groundbreaking for Ptolemy Data Systems' 6,000 square foot data center will be held Thursday at the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision.

SJHS: Promoting Learning with In-Depth Curriculum,Teacher Collaboration

Sheridan Junior High School Principal Mitch Craft gave the SJHS yearly presentation to the SCSD2 Board of Trustees Monday night, emphasizing five strategies that define the culture of SJHS, which in turn produce academic results.

DSA Gets $3,000 Grant for Sheridan Railroad Historic District

From left, Bernard Spielman, SJCF Director; Bill Heide, Edre Maier, Jerry Pilch, SJCF Director; DSA Executive Director Stacie Coe, and DSA President John Smith. (DSA photo)

The Downtown Sheridan Association announced that they have received a $3,000 grant through the Wyoming Community Foundation, made possible by the Kim and Mary Kay Love Family Donor Advised Endowment and the Sheridan Area Opportunities funds.

October 10th

Study: Costs for Buffalo's New School May Be Higher

Artist's concept of Buffalo's new elementary school

The Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees met Monday night for their regular meeting, and one of the topics discussed was funding for Buffalo's new intermediate school.

Lake DeSmet Developer Wants Revision to Road Agreement

Johnson County Commissioners

The owners of the Shores at Lake DeSmet Subdivision approached the Johnson County Commissioners at last week's meeting, seeking an adjustment to their original subdivision improvement agreement with the County.

Buffalo Mourns as Bruce Hepp Laid To Rest

Bruce Hepp

Cars lined each side of Fort Street approaching Bighorn Baptist Church from both directions Monday afternoon as family, friends and the community remembered former mayor and Buffalo City Councilman Bruce Hepp.

SCSD2 Board Hears Updates from Secondary Principals

SCSD2 Board of Trustees (Sheridan Media file photo)

The Sheridan County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees heard presentations from three principals Monday evening at their monthly board meeting, concerning the culture and academic performance of District Two secondary schools.

Hemorrhagic Disease Active in Wyoming

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Hemorrhagic Disease Active in Wyoming

Wyoming Game and Fish biologists have confirmed that epizootic hemorrhagic disease, or EHD, has killed a number of white-tailed deer and some pronghorn in the Big Horn Basin, Sheridan and Casper areas this year.