Archive - Sep 2011

September 30th

Crazy Woman Square Design Proposal Opening Today

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

Requests for Proposals for the design of Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo are due and will be opened today at Buffalo's City Hall.

September 29th

BRONCS / RAMS FOOTBALL LIVE TONIGHT

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams will play game one of our football double header this evening.

The games overlap with the Rams kicking off in Wheatland against the Bulldogs at 6:00 we will have the game live for you on 95.9 FM.

In game two this evening the Sheridan Broncs meet Gillette in the "Energy Bowl" in the Razor city.

The Broncs are one game behind Gillette and Natrona county in the 4-A football standings Broncs Head coach Don Julian says not only is this a big rivalry game it will also have a bearing on playoff seeding in a month.

Time to turn off the water and enjoy the fall colors

Thursday afternoon, motorists descending from Red Grade were treated to this view as they approached the Polo Ranch. It is nearing that time of year when the pivot sprinklers get parked for the winter and the green leaves of summer turn gold - signaling that colder days are returning.

NPS to Implement One-Year Rule for Winter Use Plan

NPS to Implement One-Year Rule for Winter Use Plan

National Park Service Planners will implement a “One-Year Rule” for the upcoming winter season in Yellowstone National Park in order to allow for time to address a large number of public comments that were received regarding the proposed long-term regulation.

EPA Proposes New Fracking Standards

EPA Proposes New Fracking Standards

The Environmental Protection Agency is holding hearings this week on new nationwide environmental standards for the process known as fracking.

SCLT Still Accepting Public Input for Historic Mine Byway

SCLT Director Colin Betzler

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is working to create Sheridan County's first Historic Mine Byway with the help of oral history gathered from local citizens.

SCLT Bike-tober Fest is Saturday, Oct. 1

The Sheridan Community Land Trust will host a two-hour “moderately strenuous 13-mile bike ride”, or Bike-Tober Fest, this Saturday along their trail that's near-completion west of Sheridan.

Maxfield Files Lawsuit Challenging Term Limits

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield held a media conference in Cheyenne Thursday to announce that he's filed suit in State District Court to seek a court ruling on term limits for the state's executive branch.

Public Pulse - Thursday 09/29/11

Colin Betzler, Sheridan Community Land Trust / Craig Dougherty, School District #2

Public Pulse - Wednesday 09/28/11

Steve Nally, Wyoming Whiskey / Richard Wright, Sheridan Rec. District