Archive - Dec 2010

December 24th

COWGIRLS ROLL:PICK UP WIN #9

WYOMING COWGIRLS BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowgirls played at Utah state yesterday and picked up their 9th win of the season after blowing out the Aggies 80-50.

The Cowgirls are now 9-3 overall got 24 points from Hillary Carlson , Aubrey Vandiver chipped in with 18 points and a dozen rebounds and five assists.

The Cowgirls will play on the 30th in Rock Springs, it's an exhibition with Western Montana they open MWC play January 5th with a home game with Colorado state.

Party Truffles + Margarita Mix + Christmas Shopping

Downtown Sheridan continues to be bustling with what appears to be some last minute shoppers. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love hit the streets and learned that isn't exactly what's going on:

IRS Asking Some Folks Not To Be the Early Bird This Year

Following last week's tax changes the IRS announced Thursday they are asking some people to wait until February to file their return. Karen Connelly, regional IRS Spokesperson says that although most people will not be affected by these changes, those who fall into one of three categories should wait until mid to late February to file their return:

$3 Million WYO Grant Takes a Detour

There was some news this week from the Wyoming Business Council regarding a $3 million dollar grant application which was to be used to expand the WYO Theater. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains:

Hospital Board December Report

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board held their final meeting of 2010, and spent several minutes listening to a presentation by and asking questions of Brian Bolton, with KWN Construction. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty explains.

TRMS Students Produce Ads

8th graders Casey Caywood (l) and Megan Myers (r) at the District 1 December Board meeting.

At Monday night's School District 1 Board meeting, the board listened to presentations by Tongue River Middle School 8th graders from Mrs. Moline's class tell about a project they helped produce for a statewide association. Student Casey Caywood explains.

Johnson County Year-End Meeting

Johnson County Commissioners

In addition to accepting the agreement with Sand Creek Ranch on Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners took care of other business in this year's final meeting.

Wastewater Plant 'Substantially Complete;' Testing Needed

Buffalo's new waste water treatment plant

Buffalo's wastewater treatment plant is substantially complete, according to States West Engineering's Brook Stromer, who updated the City Council on the project Tuesday. Aaron Palmer has the story.

New School for Buffalo?

A new school is probably in Buffalo's very near future, according to Johnson County School District Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler, who spoke to the Buffalo City Council Tuesday. Here's Aaron Palmer with more.