Archive - Nov 10, 2010

Johnson County Care and Share Up and Running

The Johnson County Care and Share program has already begun in Buffalo, and the idea is that area kids and seniors won't do without this Holiday season.

Student Council Convention Success

600-plus students representing the majority of the high schools in Wyoming were in Sheridan and Big Horn earlier this week for the annual High School Student Council State Convention.

SAWS Holds a Meeting About Meetings

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board held their monthly meeting Wednesday night. Other than approving the consent agenda, the one item discussed at the meeting was---meetings. SAWS Chairman Tom Ringley:

Freudenthal on Keeping the Budget “In Check”

It's pretty safe to say that every state in the U.S. has suffered to some degree due to the downturn in the economy.

Osborne Motion Hearing Held in District Court Wednesday

A motion hearing was held Wednesday in 4th Judicial District Court for 29-year-old Shawn Osborne, who is charged with 1st Degree Murder.

District 1 to Revise School Improvement Plan

Sheridan County School District One Superintendent Sue Belish

The Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees held a work session Wednesday to discuss the Strategic Plan and revisions to the School Improvement Plan for the district.

Buffalo Waste Water Plant Misses Deadline

Buffalo's new waste water treatment plant has missed the original substantial completion deadline of November 8th, but a new completion date has been set for the end of November.

Vehicle/Horse Accident Driver Changes Plea

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Tuesday afternoon in Judge John Sampson's Sheridan County Circuit Court, Chaze Dannels changed his “Not Guilty” plea to “No Contest” on a DUI charge stemming from a crash that occurred on Big Goose Road in the early morning hours of September 18th.

Bear Shot in Sheridan Tuesday

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Late Tuesday night at around 10:30, Sheridan Police called in the assistance of Wyoming Game and Fish officials. A resident on West Burkitt reported a large black bear in his yard, and police kept track of the bear down to the area of 2nd Street and S. Sheridan Avenue.

Veterans Day Observances in Buffalo Thursday

Services in observance of Veteran's Day will be presented in Buffalo Thursday morning. All citizens are encouraged to attend the ceremonies to pay respect and homage to all veterans.