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March 6th, 2012

Council President Resigns

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Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow addresses the Counil with his wife Susan by his side at Monday night's City Council meeting.

During the course of the last two Sheridan City Council meetings, there have now been two pretty big announcements regarding a couple of the councilors.

Council Approves Contingency Fund Allocations

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Council Approves Contingency Fund Allocations

The Sheridan City Council Monday night allocated $75,000 toward economic development. The first allocation was for $25,000 to conduct a redundant power investigation within the Wrench Ranch Hills subdivision and the Hi-Tech Business Park in north Sheridan.

March is Disabilities Awareness Month

Clients with RENEW gather with City officials Monday, where Mayor Dave Kinskey proclaimed March as Disabilities Awareness Month. ( Photo Courtesy of Ace Young)

It has become customary for Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey to read a proclamation on the steps of City Hall declaring March as Disabilities Awareness Month, which is exactly what took place Monday.

Buffalo Proactive on 'Spice' Regulations

Bill Hawley

The Wyoming Department of Health and the Casper-Natrona County Health Department released a warning to Wyoming residents late last week to avoid the use of “spice” due to potentially critical health effects.

Governor Appointments Include Two From Sheridan

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead made various appointments to state boards and commissions Monday. Of the various appointments that the Governor made to the Senate, two are from Sheridan. Michelle Sullivan was appointed to a five-year term on the Parks and Cultural Resources Committee.

Buffalo Council, County Commission Meeting Preview

The Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commissioners will both have their first meetings of March on Tuesday, where they will work through short agendas.
The county will get presentations on employee health care from two different providers.

BHS Drama Department's Spring Musical March 23 and 24

The BHS Drama Department rehearses their upcoming spring musical "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers."

This year's Buffalo High School play, a musical entitled “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers,” will be performed Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24 at the BHS Auditorium, beginning at 7pm both nights.

March 5th

3 Minnesota Snowmobilers Found Unhurt After Lengthy Rescue

Sheridan County Sheriff's Office (Sheridan Media file photo)

Three Minnesota snowmobilers were found uninjured in the Bighorns on Saturday after a rescue operation that lasted more than 12 hours and involved four search teams from three different counties.

Buffalo Traffic Stop Ends With Possession, Other Charges

A routine traffic stop in Buffalo Saturday night ended in possession of a controlled substance charges for an out-of-state driver.

Poll: Doomsday Bill?

The Wyoming Doomsday Bill met its end by the slightest of margins last week in Cheyenne, but the idea behind it may have left some wondering whether or not such a measure might be necessary.