Archive - May 18, 2011

Next to Lovin' I Like Fightin'

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Tuesday evening at the Sheridan High School May Choir Concert the Honor Choir and Spectrum Men: sang and fought their way throughout an audience favorite "Next to Lovin' I Like Fightin'" from Shenandoah that included solos by Kyle Roberts, Cole Bateman, Tyler Lien and Rusty Burr.

City Budget Work Session: Water & Sewer

The City of Sheridan Public Utilities Division, under the leadership of Dan Roberts, went before the Sheridan City Council during the first day of this week's City Budget Work Sessions Tuesday afternoon.


Cameron Lindell took medalist honors in the east conference championship

BRONC AND LADY BRONC GOLF - The Bronc and Lady Bronc golfers finished up their spring season yesterday in Cheyenne.

The Broncs ended up running the table winning all their tournaments this spring and they kept their current winning streak intact with their 19 straight tournament win.

The Bronc's Cameron Lindell took the overall individual title winning in a three way playoff that included teammate Toby Nicholas.

Lindell shot 71-72 143, Nicholas ended up third, Kamrin Allen was 4th overall finishing one shot out of the playoff. Chris Cremer was 6th and Taylor Reed finished 9th.

EMS Open House This Saturday

The Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department is celebrating National Emergency Medical Services Week this week, culminating the observance with a public Open House this Saturday, May 21st from 10 am to 2 pm at the Sheridan Fire Station. The theme for this year is “EMS, Everyday Heroes.”

Wyoming Woodworks to Build Buffalo Recycling Center

The Johnson County Commissioners approved the recommendation of the engineer and awarded the contract to build the new Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Center to Wyoming Woodworks of Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Approves Budget on First Reading

The Buffalo City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, approved on first reading the annual appropriation Ordinance for the next fiscal year.

Jo Co Supports Statues at Buffalo's Fort and Main Streets

The Johnson County Commissioners gave their support for a proposed set of statues on land owned by them at the corner of Fort and Main Streets in Buffalo.