Archive - Jun 20, 2016

Arraignment For Michael Johnson Set For June 27th

Johnson County Judicial Center

The arraignment date for Michael Johnson, a former employee at a Buffalo newspaper, has been scheduled in Johnson County District Court for Monday, June 27th, where he will face multiple counts of sexual abuse, drug and child pornography charges.

Library Grand Opening Draws Hundreds For Celebration

The new Johnson County Library.

What appeared to be hundreds of people showed up Monday evening at the Johnson County Library for the Grand Opening of the building following its recently finished addition and remodeling project.

Gatchell's 'Living History Day' Scheduled For This Weekend

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum

The annual Living History Day, put on by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, will be happening this year after all, and is scheduled for this coming Saturday, June 25th.

School District 2 Approves Contract With VOA

UPDATE: The new certified staff member approved by Sheridan County School District 2 trustees Monday night is Tracy Hed, a school psychologist. Hed's contract with the district was expanded to add more work days. Her name wasn't released Monday, pending approval of the district's legal counsel.

OMG Food Bank Poker Run

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Old Man G poker run on Saturday, June 18th raised $450 cash for the People's Assistance Food Bank with more to come.

Food Bank Poker Run

County Adopts Proposal for CAST Administrator

Sheridan County commissioners have approved the appointment of Renee Obermueller as administrator for the city-county Critical Air Service Team, which is known as CAST.

Dumpster Fire Under Investigation

A fire in a dumpster off North Main Street in Sheridan is under investigation.

Bighorn National Forest Offers Various Permits

Permits for various forest products are available from the Bighorn National Forest. The major products are firewood, posts and poles, Christmas Trees and Transplants. Each permit has a different set of terms and conditions that will need to be agreed to before they are purchased.

Rabies Cases on the Rise in Sheridan County

So far this year there have been 12 confirmed cases of rabies in Sheridan County. Sheridan Police Community Service Officer Ed Boone says that a recent report they received is a good reminder to all of the residents of Sheridan and Sheridan County.

Monday 06-20-16

Author Gwen Florio, "Diagnosed" / Miss Indian American Reunion, Judy Slack, Mike Dykhorst