Archive - Mar 15, 2011 - News

County Commissioners Approve Waiver Request for Quarry

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At their March 1st meeting, the Sheridan County Commissioners denied a waiver request extending the operations of the Sheeley Ranch Columbus Creek Quarry to run through the end of April.

Paumer Makes Initial Appearance in Circuit Court

Clearmont resident Camie Paumer made her initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Monday. Paumer has been charged with a total of nine counts: six felonies that include three Forgery charges; two charges of Larceny; and one charge of Obtaining Property Under False Pretenses.

RENEW Art Show on Display in Downtown Sheridan

In recognition of March being Disability Awareness Month, there is an art show throughout the month at Davis Gallery in Sheridan featuring the artwork of RENEW clients.

Daniels Fund Accepting Applications for Constitutional Academy Scholarship

In a media release from The Bill of Rights Institute, they have announced that the Daniels Fund of Colorado will provide a full scholarship to a Wyoming high school student to attend the Constitutional Academy, the nation's premier program for high school students to study the United States Constitu

College to Host Retail Math Workshop

Shop owners in particular, and anyone in general, are invited to attend a special workshop called “Understanding Retail Math.” Sponsored by Sheridan College Workforce Training and Development, Director Karen St. Clair describes the event.

Special Chamber Luncheon is Next Week

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee is hosting a special Chamber Luncheon next week that will feature U.S. Senator Mike Enzi.

Buffalo: City Will Amend Budget for New Fire Truck

The Buffalo City Council will introduce a Resolution to amend this year's budget to pay for a new fire truck.

Smith Recognized at JCSD#1 Board Meeting

Johnson County School District #1 Board member Kathy Smith was presented with a recognition award for completing extensive training as a school board member at their regular meeting Monday night.

JoCo Commission to Discuss Solid Waste Mill Levy

Tom Knapp, Mayor of Kaycee, will be at the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting on Tuesday to discuss the Solid Waste Mill Levy.