Johnson County

The Sheridan College Center for a Vital Community is again offering training titled after the book of their pet project, "Bridges Out of Poverty." Amy Albrecht, Director, says more than 65 people attended the training last time, and it really made an impression on them.

Johnson County officials are looking into the possibility of breaking ties with their current parent office of Child Advocacy Services of the Bighorns, which is based in Sheridan, and start their own office in Buffalo to service Johnson County families only.

A portion of Main Street will be blocked off Thursday afternoon for festivities associated with the Sheridan Senior Center's 3rd Annual Keystone awards celebration, which has expanded this year to include a street festival.

Sheridan Travel and Tourism is getting ready to unveil a new version of its website, www.sheridanwyoming.com. Executive Director, Shawn Buckley, said the old website needed some re-working.

Yesterday, Sheridan Media News reported about the growing presence of women at VA Facilities.

At their regular meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees awarded a bid to build a vestibule addition to Clear Creek Middle School to Wright Brothers of Sheridan.

At their Tuesday evening meeting, the Buffalo City Council recognized two former members of the Buffalo Tree Board who recently retired after a number of years' service.

At their meeting Tuesday the Buffalo City Council approved Resolution No.1356, allowing them to claim the eight mills allowed them in garnering their share of property taxes collected in the county.

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