Archive - Jan 2011

January 26th

Local Christians Condemn Westboro Group

Dismay, sadness and horror are just a few of the reactions expressed by community members and those “of faith” in reaction to the news that protesters from the Westboro Church may attend services in Sheridan this week.

Mike Morton - Blood Donor Want-a-be

Tuesday afternoon the 2011 High School Blood Drive Challenge was well underway at the old Woodland Park Elementary School (current location of the Sheridan Recreation Community Center) when Mike Morton from Big Horn arrived.

Have Hazardous Waste - Take it here

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Tuesday marked the official opening of the $69,000 City of Sheridan Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility with Sheridan's Mayor Kinskey "cutting the ribbon." Initially the facility will only be open on Wednesdays by making an appointment @ 307-674-8461. For more see:

Sheridan Senior Center Needs Assessment

A couple of years ago the Sheridan Senior Center applied for a planning grant through the Wyoming Business Council to conduct a needs assessment survey for the Senior Center.

Amended Seat Belt Law Moves Forward

Legislation that is moving through the Wyoming Legislature has to do with strengthening the law regarding seat belt use.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 01/25/11

State Legislators / Ducks Unlimited w/Chris Morton

V.A. Participates in “Point in Time” Count

Today in Sheridan, the VA Medical Center and the Sheridan Police Department are teaming up on a unique project. Will Banks is a Social Worker and Homeless Grant and Per Diem Liaison at the VAMC. He explains.

January 25th


BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers lost a dual at Montana powerhouse Billings Skyview last night the Falcons took the dual 54-27 the Broncs did win six matches.

Winners included Jay Sandvig at 135, Trevor Goss at 140, Andrew Lobach at 145, Lucas Giesey at 171 and Alex Marty at Hwt.

Next up for the Broncs will be a dual with Laramie in Gillette Friday. They host the Cheyenne schools Saturday those matches will start at noon at Sheridan high school.

Shopping Showcase Saturday in Buffalo

Local home-based vendors will gather under one roof this Saturday in Buffalo to offer their goods to the public at the Downtown Shopping Showcase.

JC Library's Winter Reading Program

Winter is a perfect time for reading a good book, and now the time spent reading can not only broaden your horizons intellectually, it can also give you the chance to win some great prizes at the Johnson County Library's Winter Reading Program.