Archive - Jun 2, 2011

A 2011 Ram Truck Unveiling or the Big Horn Rams Graduation?

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What may look like a 2011 Dodge Ram Truck unveiling is actually a decoration near the entrance of the Big Horn High School Gymnasium where on Sunday at 3:00 pm 31 Big Horn Ram and Lady Ram Seniors received their diplomas.

What do these two locations have in common?

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In the near future both of these areas will be void of the loud train whistle noise that came with the passing of each train through Sheridan's First Street railroad crossing.

Public Pulse - Thursday 06/02/11

Advocacy & Resource Center / Greenhouse Project w/Dale Bell

Kendrick Pool to Open June 6th

Better news than expected -- Kendrick Pool gets the o.k. to open Monday, June 6th.

Wednesday we reported that opening day of the Kendrick Park Pool would be postponed indefinitely because of a national recall of pool drain covers. Today, we have a clearer, and more positive update, on when swimmers can hit the water.

Jo Co Flood Watch Update for Thursday

Johnson County Incident Command released a flood potential update this morning, and a flood watch continues for the entire county through Friday afternoon.

Mystery Solved

Have you ever zipped by Landons Green House & Nursery on South Coffeen Avenue, across from the college, at 45 miles per hour and wondered how spelling garden - "Gardan" on their sign can keep the deer from eating their flowers? Those creative folks at Landons will try most anything to ward off the deer. Scroll down to see what else helps.

Schweitzer Wants Presidential Disaster Declaration

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Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer asks for federal disaster declaration for his state.

HELENA, Mont. (AP) -Gov. Brian Schweitzer is asking President Barack Obama to declare a major disaster for Montana due to flooding.

Runoff Could Increase Flood Potential With Warmer Temps

Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman

Now that warmer temperatures have settled in to the area, Sheridan County Emergency Management officials continue to closely monitor water levels due to the likelihood of increased runoff from the Big Horns.

Wyoming Officials Pleased With Salazar's Memo on Wild Lands Order

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

The Department of the Interior released a memo from Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar Wednesday which directs the Bureau of Land Management to take no action under the Wild Lands Order.

Deadline Approaching for Property Tax Refund

Representative Mike Madden

Representative Mike Madden was a guest on the June 1st edition of Public Pulse, and he wants to remind Wyoming homeowners that the deadline is fast approaching – June 6th – to submit an application for a property tax refund for up to one-half of last year's property taxes.