Archive - 2011

December 24th

Santa!

As it has done for the past few years, OnStar is offering a chance to track Santa's progress this year.

Kaycee Mayor Updates Commission on Recycling

Kaycee Mayor Tom Knapp gave an update to the Johnson County Commissioners on the city's recycling program, its new waste transfer station, and the situation with the Solid Waste District.

Cool Colors

Perhaps within walking distance to many is this illuminated corner at 15 North Sheridan Avenue. It is just across the street from the now vacant, former Central Middle School property - just east of the old football field.

A True Winter Wonderland (updated)

As you turn left off of Highway 335 into the Powder Horn you'll see this lovely setting that offers three totally decorated sides. You'll pass one side just inside the Powder Horn, then turn left to see another side and then turn left and circle around Chaparral Court for the frontal view. It all starts with two lovely angles - enjoy your visit. Scroll down for a preview.

Mountain View Delight

Red and white illuminated candy canes lead the way to 407 W. Mountain View Drive where lavender and turquoise lights shine above white lights that illuminate the decorations below.

Wyoming Routs Idaho State 80-56

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) - Derrious Gilmore scored 18 points to lead Wyoming past Idaho State 80-56 Thursday night.

Fremont Co. Bus Stop Death Highlights Close Calls

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A fatal bus stop accident in Fremont County is bringing some attention to close calls involving school buses.

WDE: Work Together, 'Lift All Students to Proficiency'

On America's educational landscape, states are ultimately judged at the national level by what percentage of its schools are proficient their respective state assessment. While some states are struggling, Wyoming is performing well.

Who do you favor for the Republican nomination for president?

The Bank of Sheridan
Rick Perry
1% (10 votes)
Jon Huntsman
6% (55 votes)
Rick Santorum
3% (30 votes)
Michele Bachmann
4% (38 votes)
Ron Paul
61% (586 votes)
Mitt Romney
14% (130 votes)
Newt Gingrich
11% (110 votes)
Total votes: 959