Archive - Dec 2012 - News

December 4th

Holiday Spirit Campaign Seeks Support for Seniors

The Sheridan Senior Center's annual fund drive, the Holiday Spirit Campaign, is underway. Rindy West, Director of Development at the center, said the center depends on contributions from the campaign to maintain strong programs for the community.

SCSD#2 Incorporates New Technology Into the Classroom

Sheridan County School District #2 is piloting new technology in the classroom in hopes of preparing students for the computer-centered world that lies ahead.

December 4th

Johnson County Commission, Buffalo Council Meet Today

The Johnson County Commission will be adopting a Resolution to make adjustments to this year's budget at today's commission meeting.

Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer will be presenting an update on the Trabing Road Project to the commission.

A partial vacation of the Rock Creek Estates Subdivision will also be discussed.

Emergency Response Plan To Be Ratified By Local Entities

Johnson County, the City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee have either been approached or will be soon to ratify the Emergency Response Plan (ERP) drafted by County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

SCHS Holiday Dinner to Feature Wyoming Range War Author

The Sheridan County Historical Society's holiday dinner and program will feature Wyoming Range War Author John Davis. Katie Curtiss with the Historical Society says that Davis will be speaking on the Johnson County cattle war.

Council Approves Holly Ponds PUD #9

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After much debate and a slew of amendments, the Sheridan City Council approved the Holly Ponds Planned Unit Development #9 Monday night.

Sheridan Man Dies in Car Crash in Northeastern Montana

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A Sheridan, Wyoming man was killed and a North Dakota man was seriously injured in a head-on crash on a secondary highway in northeastern Montana. The Montana Highway Patrol says Secondary 201 was icy at 6:20 a.m.

Con Artists Target Wyoming's Senior Citizens

The family member phone scam has been gaining popularity and racking up local victims during the holiday season. Con artists are scamming Wyoming grandparents out of thousands of dollars by posing as grandchildren in distress.

Song, Dance and Good Eating at Dayton's Senior Christmas Dinner

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Seniors filled the Dayton Community Hall Monday night to celebrate Christmas the way they've done for more than 30 years - with song, dance and free food. Program Chairman for the Ranchester Dayton Rotary Club, Norm Anderson, explains.

Winners From Buffalo's Lighted Christmas Parade

Buffalo's 28th Annual Lighted Christmas Parade was Saturday and the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce released the winners in the various categories Monday.