Archive - Nov 14, 2012

Non-Profit Calls for Obama to Cut Out Religion From Oath of Office

Non-Profit Calls for Obama to Cut Out Religion From Oath of Office (Photo courtesy of http://www2.fbi.gov)

The Freedom from Religion Foundation, a non-profit educational organization, has sent a letter to President Obama asking him to remove any religious references from his upcoming oath of office.

Talking Turkey: Food Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Talking Turkey: Food Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that one-in-six Americans will come in contact with some form of food borne bacteria this year. And this is particularly relevant as Thanksgiving approaches.

General Election Results are Certified Official

General Election Results are Certified Official

The State Canvassing Board announced Wednesday that the state's election results are official.

Sheridan College President Talks Improving Student Success at Chamber Luncheon

When the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees approved a new strategic plan for the district, one of the goals was to improve upon the percentage of students who graduate. Sheridan College President Dr.

UW Blog Receives Special Recognition

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Brett Williams and his UW blog. (Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

A blog created last year by University of Wyoming Information Technology Help Desk Manager Brett Williams has been recognized by EdTech Magazine as one of the top 50 blogs in higher education. Williams says that it's great to be recognized nationally.

City/County Engineer on Current Buffalo and Jo Co Projects

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard from City/County Engineer Wayne Hill on the status of projects he is overseeing and working on.

Hilary Herbert Fun-raiser

Join the Roteract Club of Sheridan on November 16th as they celebrate and raise funds for the construction of a Habitat For Humanity Home for the family of Hilary Herbert. Habitat for Humanity of the Big Horns Matt Davis shares more on the event.

Wilkerson Pleads Not Guilty to Second Degree Murder

Richard Wilkerson entered a plea of “not guilty” in his arraignment hearing in Johnson County District Court Wednesday afternoon to the charge of second degree murder, stemming from the death of 45 year-old Brian Newman in a Buffalo bar earlier this year.

DeSmet Deal With JoCo Looks Optimistic

Sheridan County Commissioner, Tom Ringley, confirmed with Sheridan Media the the county's meeting with the Game and Fish Commission in Rock Springs has yielded favorable results for negotiation of a $3 million water rights lease with Johnson County.

Wolf Delisting To Be Challenged in Federal Court

The National Resource Defense Council has started an aggressive legal campaign to have wolves reinstated with protection under the Endangered Species Act.