Archive - Feb 2011 - News

February 10th

“Peter Pan” Brings Neverland to SHS

The 2011 Sheridan High School Spring musical is fast approaching, and this year, children of all ages – after all, who wants to grow up? -- will enjoy the classic tale “Peter Pan.”

Madden Reports on Busy Week at Legislature

State Representative for House District 40 Mike Madden said this week has been busy at the Legislature, with many topics discussed.

Woman Arrested in Drug Bust to Appear in Court

A Buffalo woman will make an appearance in Johnson County Circuit Court Friday, February 11 to face charges stemming from her arrest earlier this month in connection with a drug investigation at Buffalo High School.

Citizens Gather for Wyoming-Park Project Meeting

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Last summer the City of Sheridan installed a traffic control test “island” at the intersection of Wyoming Avenue and Whittier Street. This was done to prevent through traffic on Wyoming Avenue, and was the first step in what is known as the Wyoming-Park project.

Sheridan Man a No Show For His Own Appeal Hearing

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The City of Sheridan held a special City Council meeting Thursday to hear the final appeal from Sheridan resident John Pruitt, who's appealing an order of abatement of a building on his property at 1135 North Crook Street. One problem, Pruitt was a no show for his own appeal hearing.

Sheridan Memorial to be Part of Transparency Website

The Wyoming Hospital Association will launch a website next Monday that will give consumers the opportunity to look at procedural costs of any hospital in the state, including Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

February 9th

Business After Hours Features Food, Wine

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Business After Hours event at Buffalo's new Hampton Inn on Highway 16 East, featuring the Hampton Inn, Kassie Catering and Three Horse Vineyard.

Women's Self-Defense Program Needs A Few Good Men

Empower Wyoming will offer personal safety and self-defense training to women, girls and children, and in fact owner Francine Russell has provided a few courses over the last couple of years.

Young Einsteins at Work

Young scientists from northern Wyoming congregated at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Wednesday filling the Exhibition Hall with 140 different projects.  It was the Northeast District Regional Junior Science Fair.

Special City Council Meeting: Pruitt's Final Appeal

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Almost three years ago the City of Sheridan hired MC2 Engineering Inc. to inspect under a court order, a piece of property at 1135 North Crook Street in Sheridan to assess whether it was a dangerous building and in need of abatement.