Archive - 2010 - News

December 7th

Sentencing Delayed for Vincent Scott

Sentencing for Sheridan resident Vincent Scott was delayed in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday. Scott was found guilty in October of six crimes, the most serious of which was 1st Degree Sexual Assault.

Legislators Meet with JC Commissioners

State Senators Mike Madden and John Schiffer met with the Johnson County Commission on Tuesday and gathered the commission's concerns for the upcoming Legislative session. Aaron Palmer has the report.

Fluoridation Discussion Continues at SAWS

There has been some talk lately about fluoridating local public water supplies. This subject is on the table for Wednesday night's Sheridan Area Water Supply Board meeting. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

Fort Mackenzie High School Receives Bad News

Newly elected Marva Craft and Erica O'Dell attended their first Sheridan County School District 2 board meeting Monday night. Per the By-Laws, the board nominated and elected new officers for the year.

Helping Wyoming’s Communities

The first presentation for Sheridan College’s Natural Resource Lectures series took place, Monday night in the college’s CTEL room.

December 6th

Unemployment Benefits: Economic Help or Hindrance?

There are many indicators that the economy is improving, both nationally and in Wyoming. That is, it is improving--except in the area where it probably matters most. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

First JC Chamber Drawing Winners Announced

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce announced the first winning numbers in their Reverse Bingo Drawing and the Christmas Button drawing.

Buffalo City Council Preview

Sheridan Media News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, brings us a preview of today's Buffalo City Council meeting.

Sheridan City Council Approves Subdivision Request

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The Sheridan City Council approved the JCM Subdivision at their meeting Monday night. The property owners, Woodland Creek Estates, LLC requested to subdivide off one of the existing homes on the 11.3 acres of property to allow it to be sold separately.

Buffalo School District Eyeing Insurance Increase

The Johnson County Schoolboard, at their meeting Monday night, discussed a 16.5 percent increase in health insurance premiums for employees in the district. Aaron Palmer has the story.