Archive - Nov 16, 2010

Buffalo City Council Addresses 'Spice;' Grant Money

Sheridan Media News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, has this report from Tuesday's Buffalo City Council meeting.

Buffalo Flu Clinics

The Johnson County Public Health Office has been offering flu clinics throughout the fall, with the next one scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 17 at the Buffalo Senior Center from 8 am until noon. Aaron Palmer has more.

Osborne Trial: Day Two Testimony

Testimony in the 1st Degree Murder Trial of 29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne began Tuesday with Forensic Pathologist Dr. Donald Habbe from Rapid City, South Dakota talking about the significance of the wounds that Gerald Bloom sustained. Dr.

Council Split on Renewing “Chop House” Bar License

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Though it passed on a 5 to 2 vote, Sheridan City Council held a lengthy debate about whether to renew the Bar and Grill license for Wyoming's Rib & Chop House, located off of Main Street in Sheridan.

Kitty Bargain Days at the Shelter

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan has 54 cats over four months on the adoption floor, which isn't very good for the felines state of mind to say the least.

City of Sheridan is Talking About Cell Phones

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The City of Sheridan is talking about cell phones once again. Concern about over use of personal phones during work hours had Sheridan City Council consider banning personal cell phones during the work day altogether.

No Unnecessary Travel On Red Grade Road

A travel warning has been issued for Red Grade Road. Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston:

Senior Center Bazaar This Weekend

The Buffalo Senior Center will again be presenting its Senior Bazaar this Friday and Saturday. Aaron Palmer has the details.

Capitol Bound

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For two and a half hours on Monday, area residents shared time with the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

Sheridan County Commission: Neutral on Rock Creek

Sheridan County Commissioners held a fairly brief, but comment-filled regular board meeting Tuesday morning.