Johnson County

Sheridan resident, Curtis Biggs, appeared at a Senate subcommittee hearing in Washington yesterday to plead the case for promoting national financial literacy education.

The Sheridan Police Department fields dozens of calls each day, sometimes to grateful recipients of help, and sometimes to less than willing criminal suspects.

Sheridan officials pulled out all the stops last week to showcase what the community has to offer businesses looking to branch out or relocate.

The Wyoming Supreme Court has determined Dharminder Vir Sen, who was convicted of the murder of Sheridan resident, Robert Ernst, in 2009, will have a new sentencing hearing.

At their Monday meeting the Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District One awarded the bid to lease a school bus to Wells/Fargo Bank.

Buffalo High School Senior Parents are sponsoring Bingo Day to raise money for this year's After Graduation Party for the 2013 BHS Seniors.

The Bingo Day will be this Sunday, April 28th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building from noon to 3pm.

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.

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