Archive - Nov 4, 2019 - News

School District 2 Receives Donations

School District 2 trustees accepted donations from the Booster Club and the Homer and Janet Scott Foundation. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Donations of $75,000 from the Homer and Janet Scott Foundation and $10,000 from the Booster Club were announced at the meeting of Sheridan County School District 2 trustees Monday night.

Buffalo High School Honoring Veterans Friday

All community members and their families who are veterans are welcome to attend.

There will be performances by the BHS Band and Choir, and the Occidental Band, and there will be a presentation given by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum.

Leibee to be Sworn as New Buffalo PD Patrol Officer

Tucker Leibee will be sworn in as the newest patrolman for the Buffalo Police Department in a ceremony Tuesday afternoon during the first city council meeting of November.

County P&Z to Review Subdivisions, Boundary Adjustments

Jim Waller

The Johnson County Planning & Zoning Commission will review a number of adjustments and requests at their next regular meeting Tuesday night.

Hospital Foundation Confident of Reaching Goal

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation is confident that the $300,000 needed for new equipment for the hospital's cardiac care department will be raised.

UW Prez Says They’re Stepping Up to Meet State Challenges

University of Wyoming Acting President Neil Theobald recently stressed that the institute is stepping up to meet challenges that the state is facing.

Rescheduled Informational Program on Coffee Set for Saturday

An informational coffee program that was set to happen earlier this fall and then rescheduled is on course to be held on Saturday.

Search and Rescue Deployments Doubled for the Year in October

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The Sheridan County Search and Rescue Team had been deployed for incidents 4 times in 2019 before the month of October. According to Sheridan County Sheriff Sgt.

Giant Bronze Horses Created in Cowboy State but Headed for Sicily

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In a state where the cowboy culture of horses is almost a religion, it was fitting that two of the largest horses in the world were created here.+

Report: Montana outpaces Wyoming on recreation economy

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Figures from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis indicate that Montana outpaces neighboring Wyoming when it comes to recreation economies.