Archive - Feb 2012

February 22nd

Buffalo, Johnson County Choose Engineer Candidate

The Buffalo/Johnson County Joint Engineer position will be offered to Wayne Hill of Virginia, after both the city council and county commission approved the recommendation of the interview committee at their meetings Tuesday.

SEEDA Approves Amendments to Lease With First Light

Two minor amendments to the lease with the First Light Children's Center was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board. SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs.

Bison Wrestlers Preparing For State Meet This Weekend

Buffalo's wrestlers are putting in final preparations for the State Meet at the Casper Events Center this weekend.
Brackets for the tournament have been released and the Bison's first round matchups are set.
At 220 lbs., Jonathan Rico will take on Worland's Casey Hernandez.
Cody Sanburn, at 160, will wrestle Lane Reed of Douglas.
Taylor Bell, at 126, will go against Noah Rohrbacher of Lander.
At 120, Jonathan Land will wrestle Cody Ellison of Lyman.

County Awards Bid For Engineering On Canal Road Bridge

At Tuesday's meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a request from Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer to award the engineering contract for the Canal Road Bridge to WWC Engineering of Sheridan.

February 21st

Chicken Hawk

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Local FFA to be Serving Up Some Breakfast Thursday

The local John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter hosted the national and state president this past weekend as part of National FFA Week. One aspect of being an FFA member is recruiting future members says local FFA Vice President Hadyen Legerski.

Commissioners Hear Appeal on Inspection Fee

Most of Tuesday's Sheridan County Commission meeting focused on an appeal hearing from County resident Tracey Burke, who is seeking reimbursement for a $250 inspection fee of her septic system.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 02/21/12

Downtown Sheridan Association-Wild West Wine Festival / The Food Group w/Amy Albrecht

Budget Talk Begins Today in Cheyenne

After about a week of considering bills in a sessions that's seeing a record-low number passed, state lawmakers are expected to begin work on a $3.2 billion biennial budget today in Cheyenne.

Lummis Votes No on Payroll Tax Holiday

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis released these comments after voting against a bill to extend the payroll tax holiday.