Archive - Jun 11, 2012


The Sheridan Lady Spartans won the Battle on the Blacktop basketball 3 on 3 tournament for the 9th and 10th grade division in Buffalo, WY this past weekend.

Pictured from L to R are Jamy Shassetz, Bailey Bard, Robbi Ryan and Kaycen Townsend.

Sheridan Search and Rescue Responds to Back-To-Back Calls

Sheridan Search and Rescue volunteers worked with county emergency responders in back-to-back incidents over the weekend.

Inmate Escapes From State Honor Camp

An inmate from the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp is on escape status after being seen leaving the the facility without permission this morning.

Public Pulse - Monday 06/11/12

Monday 6/11/12 Chamber of Commerce / "One Voice, Raised! A Triumph Over Rape"

Public Pulse - Thursday 06/07/12

Chamber of Commerce / Stephen Strivbling-Portfolio Manager Morgan Stanley


WYOMING / MONTANA ALL STAR BASKETBALL - The Wyoming / Montana high school all-star basketball series ended Saturday night in Billings with the Wyoming girls winning and the boys team coming up just short in the 4th quarter.

One night after losing in Sheridan 82-64 the Wyoming girls got off to a great start Saturday and pulled away in the 4th quarter beating the Montana all-stars 77-67.

FEMA to Host Open House on Flood Insurance Rate Maps

Several years ago the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County contracted with the Army Corps of Engineers to develop a flood study on the various waterways within Sheridan County. Public Works Director for Sheridan County Rod Liesinger.

NMA Kicks-Off Economic Initiative

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The North Main Association in Sheridan will be kicking off their economic growth initiative today and tomorrow. NMA President Shelleen Smith explains that consultants will be in Sheridan the next couple of days to gather information.

JCHC 2012 Construction Project Update Positive

Johnson County Healthcare Center Adminstrator Sandy Ward gave the Board an update on the 2012 construction project at their meeting May 30, saying the project is nearing completion and still under budget.