Archive - Mar 23, 2011 - News

Ethics of the Spoken Word Lecture

The public is invited to hear Dr. John O'Malley present “The Ethics of the Spoken Work: the College, the Faulty, the Student” this evening at the Sheridan College C-Tel Presentation Hall.

Accident Claims Lives of Two Sheridan Girls

Tragedy has come to a Sheridan family, as a report issued from Sgt. Stephen Townsend of the Wyoming Highway Patrol in Cheyenne indicates that 17-year-old Katherine Owings and 16-year-old Jennifer Owings died as the result of a one-vehicle accident three miles west of Gillette Tuesday afternoon.

Ag Seminar Offered on Forage and Hay Production

Farmers and ranchers, or anyone who has an interest in grazing areas for livestock, may wish to take part in a seminar coming up April 7th at the Hampton Inn in Buffalo.

Wyoming Disability Awareness Walk is Saturday

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The 7th annual Wyoming Disability Awareness Walk will take place in various Cities around the state this Saturday, including for the first time Sheridan.

Governor Mead Comments on Salazar's Announcement

Immediately after the announcement by Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar about four new coal leases in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming, Governor Matt Mead offered these comments on the importance of the energy industry.

City and WYDOT Work to Alleviate Business Owners Concerns

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The North Main Reconstruction project in Sheridan has now made its way to 5th Street.

Meeting Puts Trabing Road Project on Course

A public meeting with all entities concerned over the Trabing Road Project ended with everyone in agreement of what should be done, and by whom, and more inportantly, when.
County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman said he and the other commissioners are pleased with the outcome of the meeting.

Economic Development a Three-Prong Effort

Johnson County, the City of Buffalo and the Town of Kaycee are currently working together to implement an Economic Development Entity for the betterment of the entire county.

Criminal Justice Center Construction on Schedule

Groathouse Construction's John Griffith, Project Manager for the new Johnson County Criminal Justice Center, updated a handful of city and county VIPs as well as local media on the status of the construction of the new facility Tuesday morning.