Archive - Nov 2011

November 28th

Wyo. Dept of Health: Holiday Choices In Moderation

The Wyoming Department of Health says that balanced choices during the holidays can help avoid added stress to heart health.

Heart Mountain Documentary To Air On PBS Dec. 6

Heart Mountain Relocation Center high school students, June 1943. (U.S. National Archives photo)

An entirely Wyoming-created and produced documentary, “Heart Mountain: An All American Town”, will debut on December 6th at 7 pm on Wyoming PBS.

"Have Suit - Will Shoot"

By a score of 115 to 44 the Lady Generals waxed the Little Big Horn College Lady Rams on Saturday. The Lady Generals made a clean sweep of the 37th Annual Lions Club Thanksgiving Basketball Classic taking wins on both Friday and Saturday to run their record to 8 and 1 on the season. On Saturday as the photo collage indicates, "Have suit - will shoot" and 11 did by my count.

G&F Seeks Information on Johnson County Poaching Incident

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The Game and Fish seeks information in poaching incident in northern Johnson County.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information leading to the apprehension of those responsible for the wanton destruction of a buck mule deer in northern Johnson County over the weekend. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

JoCo Courthouse Closed 1-3 pm Tuesday (11-29)

Johnson County Courthouse

The Johnson County Courthouse will be closed Tuesday, November 29th from 1 to 3 pm so employees can attend Terry Barnhart's funeral.

SFR Dispatcher Training

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By Sheridan Fire Rescue Marshal Brian Songer.

Australian Company Buys Stake In Decker Coal

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - An Australian company says it is buying an interest in coal mines in Montana and Wyoming as interest increases in shipping the product overseas to feed growing energy demands in Asia.

DFS: Child Abuse Reporting Well Understood In Wyoming

The recent scandal at Penn State University involving sexual abuse of children by a former coach has caused Pennsylvania to review its child abuse reporting laws.

Poll Question: On-Street Parking Ordinances

Four alternatives for new on-street parking ordinances were discussed during last week's Sheridan City Council meeting.

Festival of Trees is Thursday

Festival of Trees is Thursday

For nearly two decades the annual Festival of Trees in Sheridan has helped support Special Olympics programs in Sheridan. This year's event will take place this Thursday, December 1st at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.