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April 7th, 2011

Buffalo Council Approves Vision Buffalo Commission

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

At their regular meeting Tuesday night, the Buffalo City Council approved on first reading Ordinance No. 1347, which will change City code recognizing a newly-formed Vision Buffalo Commission.

April 6th

Hope for Hilary

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(from left-to-right) Joleen Herbert, Hilary Herbert and John Herbert

Three years ago, a car accident suddenly changed the lives of the Herbert family in Sheridan, as the daughter of John and Joleen, Hilary Herbert was left as a quadriplegic, unable to move, speak or eat.

Craig & Susan Thomas Foundation: "Every Child - One Mind at a Time"

Susan Thomas visited Sheridan Media to promote the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation, which helps at-risk learners to further their education. She had fun "playing DJ" for a moment.

Susan Thomas, wife of the late U.S. Senator Craig Thomas of Wyoming, paid a visit to Sheridan Media Wednesday morning to tell us about the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation and the work she is doing in his honor. She explains.

Montana Man Pleads Guilty to Sheridan Girl's Rape

William Richard Nielsen (courtesy photo)

MISSOULA, Mont. -- A Missoula man accused of raping a 12-year-old Wyoming girl pleaded guilty Tuesday, April 5th in federal court. 24-year-old William Richard Nielsen pleaded guilty to coercion and enticement of a minor.

Sheridan County Chamber and Sheridan College Visioning Session

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Sheridan College and the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held a visioning session Tuesday night at the Golden Dome.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce and Sheridan College held a round table visioning session Tuesday night at the Golden Dome.

Buffalo Council Awards Contracts for Tennis Courts

The Buffalo City Council awarded the contracts for the new tennis courts that will be constructed in Washington Park this summer to Renner Sports Surfaces of Denver, and City Electric in Buffalo.

Jo Co Adopts One Percent Funding Suggestions

The Johnson County Commissioners approved the recommendations of the One-Percent Committee at their meeting Tuesday.

April 5th

An Earth Day Extravaganza

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Sheridan County will hold several events to celebrate Earth Day 2011.

This year will mark the 41st anniversary of Earth Day and three events are being planned to coincide with the day that is set aside to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment.

County Commission: Animal Nuisance Rules & Regulations

Conundrum: how to enforce issue of barking dogs.

While the first April meeting of the Sheridan County Commission was under an hour, about twenty minutes of public comment was spent on the issue of Resolution 11-01-001.

Council Denies Developers Rezone Request

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Sheridan City Councilman Steve Brantz

A request from Developer Steve Grimshaw to rezone just over 3 acres of land north of the Quail Ridge Drive and Covey Run Road intersection was denied by the Sheridan City Council.