Archive - Nov 29, 2018 - News

Leider Sentenced Under Plea Agreement

Amanda Leider was sentenced in district court Thursday for her role in an aggravated robbery – a crime involving a firearm – on Dec. 8, 2016.

Gaffney Sentenced Under Plea Agreement

Jimmy Wayne Gaffney was sentenced on two charges while a third was dismissed Thursday in the court of District Judge John Fenn.

Groth Receives Probation

Vernon Groth was placed on five years' supervised probation in lieu of a prison sentence Thursday in district court.

Ucross Alumni Debut 'White Album' at BAM

Two alumni of the Ucross Foundation, Lars Jan and Mia Barron, are staging “The White Album,” Jan's word-for-word celebration of Joan Didion's famous essay at the Brooklyn Academy of Music now through Dec. 28.

JCHC Board Approves Architecture Firm For Project Design

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center have approved a recommendation from the Architecture Committee to accept a proposal from Plan One Architects for project design work on upgrades to the facility.

Johnson County Gets Quarterly VOA Report

Johnson County Commissioners

Scott Duncan, Probation Coordinator for Volunteers of America, which runs Johnson County's Youth & Community Services program, gave his quarterly report to the county commissioners at their November meeting, saying it's been a very busy quarter during July, August and September.

Committee Schedules Interviews For New JCHC CEO

Nicole Hobbs

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees, at their Wednesday meeting, discussed the next step in the process of finding a new Chief Executive Officer/Administrator to replace current CEO/Administrator Nicole Hobbs, who has resigned effective in January.

Symphony Orchestra Concert Showcases New Choir Faculty

On Friday, the Whitney Center for the Arts Kinnison Concert Hall will host the Sheridan College Symphony Orchestra featuring the works of Schubert and Sibelius. College Director of Strings and Orchestral Studies Dr.

28th Annual Community Holiday Dinner Set for Sunday

For 28 years, members of the Sheridan community have enjoyed a free event at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. This year will be no exception according to Erin DeFries, Chairman of the Community Holiday Dinner.

UW Geology Professor Researches Oceanic Crust as Part of International Project

Space is vast and mysterious, and the majority of it is unexplored. So are the oceans on Earth: While they cover most of the surface, what goes on underneath them is mostly unknown.