Archive - Dec 6, 2011

Commissioners Approve Contract for Story Fire Mitigation Project

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Commissioners Approve Contract for Story Fire Mitigation Project

While the big story from Tuesday's Sheridan County Commission meeting had to do with the Commissioners approving the Release of Claims with the Audrey Koltiska Trust, the Commission did tend to other business.

Christmas at Your Library

With Christmas fast approaching, there seems to be no shortage of events celebrating the holidays in and around Sheridan. One of the latest festive events to help get you in the mood this holiday season is the Christmas at You Library program set to kick off later this week.

Hugh Theodore Bird

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Hugh Theodore Bird, 86, of Sheridan, WY died Sunday, December 4, 2011, in Sheridan Manor.

Conservation Partnership Brings Mapping Project to Sheridan

The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership will take public input on their Sportsmen Values Mapping Project next Friday, December 16, with a goal of collecting data on the areas that matter most to Wyoming hunters and anglers.

Sheridan County and Koltiska Trust Agree on Claim Amount

After a brief Sheridan County Commissioners meeting Tuesday, Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle held a news conference regarding the embezzlement investigation of former County Clerk Audrey Koltiska.

Senior Center Holiday Spirit Campaign Underway

The Sheridan Senior Center is taking donations for its annual Holiday Spirit Campaign which supports the various services the Senior Center provides. Senior Center Development Director Rindy West.


BRONC SWIMMING - The news wasn't too good for the Bronc swimming and diving program when practice for the new season started a week ago.

Only three swimmers showed up for the first day this week the outlook isn't as bleak but it's not great either a few more swimmers have come out first year Head coach Brent Moore.

And he says the guys in the pool right now are putting in the hard work to be ready to start the season Saturday.

Buffalo Council To Hear from Candidates For Empty Seat

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Those interested in becoming the next Buffalo City Councilman will address the Council at their meeting today in City Hall. The seat was left vacant when former city councilman Bruce Hepp passed away suddenly in October of this year.

Public Meeting On Jo Co Fairgrounds Arena Wednesday

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

A public meeting to review a feasibility study on a possible indoor arena and/or community building at the Johnson County Fairgrounds will be held Wednesday, December 7th at 1 pm in the commissioners office at the Johnson County Courthouse.

Jo Co Solid Waste District, Kaycee Reach Agreement

Johnson County Commissioners Delbert Eitel, Smokey Wildeman and John Gibbs

The Johnson County Solid Waste District and the Town of Kaycee have tentatively reached an agreement that will apparently keep Kaycee and southern Johnson County from forming their own Solid Waste District.