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January 6th, 2012

Buffalo's Financials In Order, Clerk Praised

The Buffalo City Council got a good audit report from Dooley and Jelly CPAs at their meeting earlier this week.

Launch of Veteran's Job Board This Weekend In Buffalo

A new, to Wyoming at least, job board designed to help veterans find jobs will have its official launch this weekend with the organizer hosting a fundraiser/informational get-together in Buffalo Saturday and Sunday.

Buffalo's Top Stories of 2011: October-December

Today we will look at the top news stories from Buffalo and Johnson County for October through December of 2011.

January 6th

Green House Living for Sheridan Set to Open Their Doors

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The Watt home is one of two complete homes at Green House Living for Sheridan.

Green House for Living in Sheridan will begin accepting elders into the first two homes next Wednesday, January 11th. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter had a chance to tour the Watt home, which is one of the two finished homes that will house 7 to 12 elders at a time.

SHS Students Sit in on Legislative Forum

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SHS Govenment Teacher Tyson Emborg

Juniors and Seniors from Sheridan High School that are taking American Government and AP Government had a chance to sit in on some of Thursday's legislative forum at Sheridan City Hall.

UW President Discusses New Admission Standards

UW President Tom Buchanan

University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan was in Sheridan on Wednesday and sat down with Sheridan Media to discuss several topics related to the state's only public 4-year institution.

Sign-Ups Open for “Dining with Diabetes”

The University of Wyoming Extension Office is teaming up again with Sheridan and Buffalo hospitals to offer “Dining with Diabetes in Wyoming” -- a health, fitness and cooking class.

CHAPS Volunteer Training Begins Jan. 10

CHAPS, Sheridan's Equine Assisted Therapy Program, will hold a series of volunteer training sessions beginning Tuesday, January 10th at Sheridan College.

JCSD1 Meeting On Fate of Clear Creek School Jan. 10

Dr. Rod Kessler

Johnson County School District No. 1 will host a public meeting for comments, questions and suggestions relating to the old Clear Creek School Building just west of the Johnson County Courthouse.

Jo Co Votes Chair, Vice-Chair, Board Appointments

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commission had their first meeting of 2012 on Tuesday, and were short-handed with Commissioner Delbert Eitel unable to attend.