Archive - May 6, 2010

County Building Code Enforcement

Three hours into a four-hour meeting Wednesday night, the Sheridan County Planning Commission held a public hearing regarding a resolution of Sheridan County's intent to amend building standards pertaining to county-wide building code enforcement and electrical inspection as condition of procuring a permit.

Snow Day

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The playground in Kendrick Park is void of kids today as mother-nature has taken over and provided the playground with a covering of snow. (1 of 9)

Science Museum Open House

The public is invited to an open house tomorrow, May 7th at the Mohns Science Center Museum of Discovery on the Sheridan College Campus. Collections Manager for the museum, Bill Matteson, explains.

Bill tells us where they have found their fossil and dinosaur discoveries.

Senate Confirms Nancy Freudenthal

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The U.S. Senate has confirmed Wyoming First Lady Nancy Freudenthal as a federal judge for the District of Wyoming.

Governor Dave Freudenthal submitted his wife's name to President Barack Obama last year, along with two other candidates, for a vacancy on the U.S. District Court in Cheyenne. Nancy Freudenthal will replace Judge Clarence Brimmer, who's retiring.

Final Snow Pack Report

This story is a bit ironic, given that we are looking at heavy wet snow falling in the region. That being said, however, the final snow pack report for the season just came out and shows we are still well below average for our area. Conservation Technician with the Sheridan County Conservation District, Jerry Forster, gives us the details.

Gaggles Of Graduates Will Celebrate At Sheridan College This Weekend

Many Sheridan College students will be happily singing “Schools Out For Summer” this week, while others may be humming more to the tune of “school's out forever.” The 2010 graduation ceremonies for Sheridan College are taking place on Saturday. College Director of Public Information,Wendy Smith