April 3rd, 2014

Hospital Staff Rates High for Service

The managers of the county-owned hospital in Sheridan continue to raise the bar in regard to service, according to Administrator Mike McCafferty.


SC SPORTS - We sat down with Sheridan college basketball coach and Athletic Director Steve Smiley Wednesday and we visited about several upcoming events.

The Sheridan college booster club will host their annual golf tournament in May and Smiley expects another great turnout for that event.

The annual Wyoming / Montana all star basketball series will be held in June and Smiley says preparations are going well.

April 2nd

A Look Back in Time: April 3, 1914

Commissioner Canfield has announced the list of permanent improvements to be made in Pioneer Park this season.

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City Still Taking Applications for Vacant Council Seat

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The City of Sheridan will continue to take applications for the empty ward 3 council seat up until the end of the business day Monday, April 7. City Clerk/Acting Treasurer Scott Badley says that a decision on the appointee should be made that evening.

Escape to the Tropics

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A local non-profit has a fundraiser coming up that may help beat the winter doldrums. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Construction Marches On at Sheridan College

The Sheridan College campus continues to be a hotbed of activity, as renovation to the Thorne-Rider Campus Center is progressing and construction crews are also working on the campus' outdoor mall, which will include a plaza and amphitheater, along with changes to the facade of the Griffith Memorial

County Elected Officials Speak at Chamber Luncheon

Johnson County's Elected Officials: clerk of District Court, county attorney, county clerk, assessor and the sheriff, all gave reports on their offices and what the public can expect from them this year at a luncheon hosted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

Johnson County Accepts CMAQ Bid

The Johnson County Commissioners approved the bid from Oxford, Inc. for the product for the CMAQ, or Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program.

Buffalo Council Gets Police Report For March

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report for the month of March to the City Council at their meeting Tuesday night.