Archive - Jan 2016 - News

January 22nd

Sheridan School District Considers Random Drug Testing

A Sheridan County school district is considering a student-led proposal to randomly drug test students involved in school activities.

January 21st

Mayor Heath: ‘Local Economy Remains in Good Shape’

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Halfway through the fiscal year for the City of Sheridan, the local economy continues to be stable as sales and use tax revenues have remained consistent for the first two quarters of the fiscal year. Sheridan Mayor John Heath.

College Board Approves WYDOT Transportation Easement

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The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees gave their approval Thursday night to a permanent easement of 1,350 square feet to have the Wyoming Department of Transportation erect a signalized crosswalk at the north entrance to the college.

Department of Education Wants Public Input on Statewide Digital Learning Plan

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The Wyoming Department of Education will be holding a series of “listening sessions” throughout the state to garner public input as the Statewide Digital Learning Plan is being prepared for presentation to school districts and legislators.

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Sheriff, Police Will Offer Hunter Safety Course

The Johnson County Sheriff's Office and Buffalo Police Department will be offering a Hunter's Safety Course during the first two weeks in February, according to Sgt. Alan Keifer of the Buffalo Police Department, who made the announcement at this week's city council meeting.

County Approves Leave, Fill-In For Public Health Nurse

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved a request for leave from Johnson County's Public Health Nurse and also approved allowing a nurse from the Sheridan Public Health Office to fill in while she is away.

Seven Arrested In Recent Drug Busts In Buffalo

Recent drug busts in Buffalo and Johnson County have netted seven suspects charged with counts ranging from possession to intent to deliver, and have managed to seize the largest amount of methamphetamine ever in Johnson County, according to Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

Lieutenant Says Arsonist May Get Extended Sentence

The man convicted of the arson of the Sheridan County Attorney’s Office in Sheridan who escaped from custody last month, never made it out of a secured area.

‘Dueling Piano’ Proceeds to Pay for Patton Pavilion

A type of theater in the round will set the stage for the Dueling Pianos show this weekend in Sheridan.