Archive - Jan 2011

January 26th

VA to Host Homeless Issue Forum

Wednesday we shared a story with you about the VA partnering with the Sheridan Police Department to take part in the national Point in Time count on the homeless situation in Sheridan.

Bison swimming preview

The Bison swim team had a great showing at two meets last weekend.
Coach Ron Chapin tells us how they did Friday.

Variety Show to Benefit JC Hospice

"Johnson County's Got Talent." That's the name of the variety show and the proof will be evident this weekend at the Buffalo High School Auditorium as performers of all types entertain the crowds all to benefit Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice.

Scholarship Available for Johnson County Students

Seniors at Buffalo and Kaycee High Schools planning on studying the arts or humanities in college have an opportunity to receive a $1,000 scholarship to help pay for their education.


Sr. Raith Durham leads the Broncs into action tonight against Gillette

BRONC BASKETBALL - The Broncs are 11-3 and 2-0 in conference they are ranked #3 this week and host #2 Gillette tonight for the early conference lead.

The Broncs took two on the road last week to open conference play while the Camels split meaning it's a big early season game for the conference title race Broncs Head coach Mike Ibach.

The Broncs have won ten of their last eleven games and have been playing well for the last several weeks.

Scenic Character Public Meeting

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The City of Sheridan hosted a public workshop Wednesday night that allowed citizens to take part in the early stages of crafting the Sheridan Scenic Character Plan. Consultants with AECOM moderated the meeting, which consisted of keypad polling the over 40 people that were in attendance.

Hospital Board Approves Architect for Possible Project

Several months ago the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees authorized the hospital to move forward with a request for proposal from architects regarding the design of a medical office space facility on the campus of the Hospital.

Council Work Session: Street Maintenance Plan

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The Sheridan City Council were updated on the City's street maintenance plan during a noon work session Wednesday. Future projects were discussed during the work session, and how to fund those projects amidst a still tough economy.

Police Ask Protesters to Protest Peacefully

Since the story broke that members of the Westboro Church might be protesting at several memorial services in Sheridan this week, there has been much talk about protesting the protesters

(From the desk of Dave Kinskey, Mayor of Sheridan, WY)

The Sheridan Police Department is aware of claims by this group [the Westboro Baptist Church] that they will be in Sheridan to protest at this funeral. This group has made that claim previously for funerals of Wyoming Veterans and has not shown up. There is a state statute that requires that any protesters must stay 300 feet away from any funeral or cemetery. The Police Department intends to enforce that.