Archive - Aug 7, 2009

UW Receives Software Donation From Oilfield Service Company

The Schlumberger oilfield service company has donated 73 million dollars in production modeling software to the University of Wyoming. UW College of Engineering and Applied Science Dean Robert Ettema says the software will expose UW undergraduate students to advanced industry practices involving oil and gas reservoirs.

Wind Farm Development Halted Due To Sage Grouse

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Horizon Wind Energy has suspended development of the Simpson Ridge wind farm in Carbon County because of Wyoming's position on protecting key sage grouse habitat. Project manager Nate Sandvig said Friday that Houston-based Horizon is not scrapping the project, but is placing it on hold indefinitely.

Public Pulse - Thursday 08/06/09

North Main Neighborhood Association w/Nancy Drummand and Nancy Silla / Child Development Center w/Sandy O'Dell

Should the government ban text messaging and/or cell phone usage while driving?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
73% (332 votes)
No
25% (115 votes)
No Opinion
2% (10 votes)
Total votes: 457

08/07/09 Sports for Friday

SHS FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc coaches and players hit Homer Scott stadium Monday morning to open a three week camp before the regular season opener August 28th.tonight and tomorrow the Bronc coaches and team leaders will have a camp in the Big horns they'll come off the mountain Sunday for the annual Bronc player / parent meeting which will be held in the Sheridan high school auditorium at 4 o