Archive - May 12, 2016

Fair Board Hears Update on Grandstands

The Sheridan County Fair Association heard an update on seating construction at the board's meeting Thursday night.

County May Get Cost Break On Replacing Radio System

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Johnson County may be able to save a substantial amount of money when it comes time in the near future to replace their aging LEDR microwave radio system, according to Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Council Reports From Building Inspector, Public Works

Buffalo City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades informed the city council of the upcoming City-wide Cleanup Week, which is scheduled for May 18th through the 21st.
Vouchers will be available for pickup at Buffalo's City Hall starting Monday, May 16th.

JCSD1 OKs Mill Levies, Teams For Graduation Exercises

Johnson County School Board

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees voted during a recent meeting to approve a full mill levy for the Recreation District Board and also approved a half a mill levy for BOCHES, or the Board Of Cooperative Higher Educational Services.

Commissioners Review Weed & Pest Budget

Sheridan County's Weed & Pest Control District has budgeted $670,000 for the coming year for operating expenses, and another $400,000 for a special management program dealing primarily with leafy spurge.

Robert Webster Will Run for Mayor of Sheridan

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Sheridan resident Robert Webster has announced his candidacy for the position of mayor of Sheridan. Webster, who’s been on the City Planning Commission for the past three and a half years, feels he’s got the qualities needed for the position.

Sash and Dash to Benefit Wyoming Scholarship Programs

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The Miss Wyoming Scholarship Program will be hosting the “Sash and Dash” Color Run Saturday, May 21 from 9 am to 11:30 at Kendrick Park in Sheridan.

NSI Staff Member Charged with Felony Child Abuse

Sheridan resident and Normative Services Incorporated(NSI) employee Arthur Savage is being charged with one count of Felony Child Abuse for an incident that happened with a student on Sunday.

Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle will Not Be Prosecuted

Sheridan Police Department’s Lt. Tom Ringley has confirmed that Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle with not be prosecuted for an incident that occurred last December at the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Flooding Not Anticipated for Sheridan County at this Point

The massive flooding that occurred in Fremont County last week has made some Sheridan County residents wonder if we may be next. Sheridan Media spoke with Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards to find out.