Kristin Kelly, left, is sworn in by Judge Jon Botten as the man she's replacing, John Bigelow looks on.
Last week the Sheridan City Council appointed Kristin Kelly to fill the Ward Two seat left vacant by Councilman John Bigelow's resignation at the end of March. Monday night Kelly was officially sworn into her new position.
Rosalee Cortez sports her hard-earned medals on Main Street Monday Morning as she prepares for her leg of the Special Olympics Torch Run. Rosalee Competes in basketball and track. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Kaleb Yager takes the torch for his leg of the torch run. Kaleb is one of more than 50 athletes who carried the torch to Whitney Commons. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Rosalee Cortez takes the torch for her leg of the Special Olympics Flame of Hope torch run. Rosalee competes in basketball and track. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Law enforcement officials and Special Olympics athletes run in loose formation Monday morning. The athletes and officers ran approximately 1.6 miles with the Flame of Hope. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Special Olympics athletes and law enforcement officials carried the Flame of Hope 1.6 miles through the middle of town in preparation for the Wyoming Special Olympic Games in Laramie May 10. More than 50 athletes carried the torch Monday morning. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
More than 50 athletes carried the Flame of Hope from the Sheriff's Office to Whitney Commons yesterday morning. Sheriff's Deputy, Boot Hill, tells how they did.
At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners received a recommendation from Clerk Vicki Edelman to approve a consolidation, or boundary change of voting districts and precincts in the county.
The Sheridan City Council has been one member short since the end of March when Councilor John Bigelow announced his resignation. After tonight's meeting, the Council will work shorthanded no more explains Mayor Dave Kinskey.
Weekly Poll Question: Should individuals applying for unemployment be drug tested?
This past legislative session, state lawmakers voted down proposed legislation that would have allowed for drug testing of welfare recipients. It appears legislators will consider a similar bill next year that would call for drug testing of those seeking unemployment benefits.
Johnson County's soon to be built fuel station was discussed at the commission's last meeting, where it was decided that the $200,000 line item from this year's budget will have to be moved to next year's budget.