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April 11th, 2011

Jo Co Library Events Celebrate National Library Week

Cynthia Twing, Johnson County Library

A number of special events hosted by the Johnson County Library in the coming days will be celebrated in honor of National Library Week, which is April 10th through the 15th.

Assessor Finds Tax Issues, Commission Corrects Them

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers brought more tax assessment issues to the attention of the commissioners at last week's meeting, and they agreed to fix the issues.

April 10th

Sheridan Historical Society Receives Grant

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Sheridan Historical Society Receives Grant

The Sheridan County Historical Society has announced that the Peter Kiewit Foundation has awarded them a grant in the amount of $22,500.

Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Historical Society says that they have already received a portion of the grant.

April 9th

G&F Has a Simple Reminder for Spring Turkey Hunters

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G&F Has a Simple Reminder for Spring Turkey Hunters

Now that the 2011 spring turkey season has been open for hunters a little over two weeks now, the Game and Fish has this reminder for hunters before heading out to bag their bird.

Dayton Pool Seeking Assistant Manager

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The pool in Dayton is looking for an assistant manager for the upcoming season.

The Art Badget Pool in Dayton is seeking an assistant manager for the upcoming season.

Walleyes Unlimited Asking for Life Jacket Donations

Life jackets are critical to water safey, especially for children.

The Sheridan chapter of Northern Wyoming Walleyes Unlimited is helping a Sheridan Eagle Scout earn a significant badge, but they need the publics' assistance.

Reservations Taken for Birding Outing

Folks taking part in the 2nd Annual Spring Birding Event April 30th may catch sight of the Wyoming Meadowlark.

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is offering another outing in Sheridan County, coming up April 30th. SCLT Executive Director Colin Betzler tells us about the 2nd Annual Spring Birding Event.

Vincent Scott Sentencing

26-year-pld Sheridan resident Vincent Scott was sentenced on numerous charges Friday in District Court.

26-year-old Sheridan resident Vincent Scott was sentenced Friday in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Last year in October, after a four-day trial, Scott was found guilty of three felonies and three misdemeanors.

Recycling Center Building: Back to the Drawing Board

From left: Grizzly Engineering's Brent Bennett and Jake Wright, John Gibbs, Scott Pehringer, Smokey Wildeman and Skip Hancock.

The joint Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Center building that is in the drawing stages was sent back to the engineers for changes by the Johnson County Commission at a meeting Wednesday.

April 8th

Government Shutdown Wouldn't Have Closed VAMC's

With a possible Government shutdown looming, VA Medical Centers will remain open.

The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Sheridan announced Friday that all VA Medical Centers and Clinics would not have been affected by the potential government shut down.