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June 12th, 2012

BPD Reports To Council On Tobacco, Alcohol Compliance

Buffalo/Johnson County Criminal Justice Center

Buffalo Police Sgt. Garth Nicholas, filling in for Chief Jason Carder, gave the Buffalo City Council reports concerning tobacco compliance checks that were recently done county-wide.

He told the council how the checks went.

Author Retells How Her Rapist Was Convicted After 20 Years

The author of “One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape,” appeared on Public Pulse, Monday, on Newstalk 930 with Host Kim Love to tell the story of how the man who raped her was convicted after 20 years.

JCSD1 Board Approves Employment Requests

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees approved employment requests for the upcoming school year.

Sheridan's Electric Rates Projected to Remain Stable

Several areas in Wyoming are slated to see increases in their electric rates for the sixth year in a row, but luckily, Sheridan's rates are projected to remain stable.

June 11th

NMA Hosts Open House on Economic Growth Initiative

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NMA Hosts Open House on Economic Growth Initiative

Leland Consulting Group out of Portland, Oregon is in town as part of the North Main Association's economic growth initiative. While in Sheridan, the consulting group is conducting stakeholder interviews, meeting with the North Main Association Board, and touring the community.

Bright Horizons Preliminary Plat Approved

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

A request from Michael Lee Investments, LLC, and Volunteers of America, Wyoming/Montana to replat block 5 of the West View Addition into six lots was approved by the City of Sheridan Planning Commission Monday night.

Sheridan Media Nets 9 WAB Awards

The Sheridan Media crew took home 8 awards over the weekend at the annual WAB Convention in Gillette.

Sheridan Media took home nine awards from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters convention over the weekend in Gillette.

Buffalo Council: No Open Containers At Ball Fields

The Buffalo City Council, at the request of Police Sgt. Garth Nicholas, upheld a ban on open containers at the softball/baseball fields at Centennial Park.

G&F Cutt Slam Season Is Underway

There are four subspecies of Cutthroat Trout in Wyoming, and the state's Game and Fish Department is challenging local anglers to meet them all.

Sheridan College Main Entrance Closed Temporarily

Sheridan College Main Entrance Closed Temporarily

In a media release issued by Sheridan College, they've announced that the main entrance to the campus has been closed temporarily due to construction on the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center. Those visiting the College will need to use the southern entrance near the Ag Complex.