Archive - Jul 2, 2013 - News

City Of Buffalo Will Look Into Landowner Complaint

A landowner west of Buffalo approached the Buffalo City Council at Tuesday's meeting to voice her displeasure with the condition of her property stemming from the city's water transmission line project along Highway 16 West.

Fire Warden: No Fireworks Allowed In Johnson County

At last week's meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners voted to put partial fire restrictions in place, on the recommendation of Fire Warden Rick Farris and the Fire Chiefs of both the Powder River Fire District in Kaycee and Johnson County Fire District One in Buffalo.

Library Board Moving Ahead With Expansion Funding

The Johnson Count Library Board presented a number of different possibilities for funding their proposed expansion project to the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.

Briefs From JCHC Board of Trustees Meeting

At their last meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center heard reports on inspections, purchasing of property and took action to change their by-laws.

Boot Kickoff Returns to the Park

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The annual kickoff event to Sheridan WYO Rodeo week is heading back to its roots. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter explains.

Miss Indian America Luncheon a Week From Saturday

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A week from this Saturday, the Miss Indian America Luncheon will be held in Sheridan, which will be the final event of the Miss Indian America reunion.

Getting Ready for the Show

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The annual fireworks extravaganza at the Big Horn Equestrian Center is set to take place this Thursday evening. State Senator Bruce Burns is the man behind the fireworks show that doubles as a benefit for the Big Horn Lions Club.

Single-Engine Plane Crashes in Fort Smith, Two Inside Injured But Okay

UPDATE: 3:22pm

At approximately 10:30 on Tuesday morning, a small plane carrying two people crashed into a steep ravine in Fort Smith on the Crow Reservation, just north of Sheridan.

Sheridan County Waives $50k in Fees for New Brinton Museum Addition

The Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to waive building permit fees for the new addition to the historic Bradford Brinton Museum.

BOCC Approves First Ever Conservation Subdivision

At their Tuesday meeting, the Sheridan County Commissioners approved the first-ever conservation subdivision in the County.