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Accreditation Team To Assess JCSD1 Next Month

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School Board discussed their upcoming accreditation assessment, which will happen the week of October 7-10.

Planner Discusses GIS, Mapping With Jo Co Commission

Jim Waller

Jim Waller, Johnson County Planner and GIS Manager, gave a presentation to the county commissioners last week, letting them know what he has been working on and what he has accomplished in the last year since he has been on the job.

Buffalo Council Adjusts Overtime, Comp Time For BPD

The Buffalo City Council, at last week's meeting, passed Resolutions 1345, concerning overtime, and 1346, concerning comp time, changing the city's personnel policy for employees of the Buffalo Police Department.

Gas Goes Up Nationwide; Sheridanites Pay $3.59

The national average price of gasoline climbed to $3.843 per gallon this week, but five gas stations in Sheridan have set their prices at $3.599. Other prices found around town range all the way up to $3.699.

Casper Fire Takes Seventh Building

Seven structures are now lost to a wildfire on Casper Mountain.

A Time of Remembrance

The Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department was the scene Tuesday morning of a remembrance ceremony to honor those that were lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001.

Gilead Fire Update For Tuesday, September 11

File photo.

The Gilead Fire Incident Command team released the latest information on the fire this morning, and there was very little growth according to the release, even with the expected gusty winds associated with the weather front from yesterday.

Five More Arrested For Methamphetamine

The Northeast Enforcement Team (NEET) has announced five more arrests related to methamphetamine distribution in Sheridan.

Marc Alan Cantrell, Sheridan:  Arrested on Sept. 10, 2012 by the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office,
 

“Silver-Haired Legislators” Gear Up for Cheyenne

Two Sheridanites have been selected by the Senior Center to represent the county in Cheyenne for this year's “Silver-Haired Legislators” session this month.

It's In With The New At SCSD#2

Sheridan County School District #2's board of trustees met for the first times since the beginning of the school year, and thanks to their advance preparation, the school year has kicked off with textbook precision.

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