Archive - Nov 2012

November 28th

Buffalo City Council Updated On Various Projects

Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook and City/County Engineer Wayne Hill updated the city council on various projects at the last council meeting.

SCJC Offers Gingerbread Workshop Saturday In Buffalo

Sheridan College in Johnson County will have their annual Gingerbread Workshop this Saturday, December 1st at the Campus on South Main Street.

The workshop will be from 10 to 11:30am.

Festival of Trees Benefits Special Olympics Athletes

The 20th annual Festival of Trees dinner and silent auction to benefit Sheridan's Special Olympics athletes kicks off at 5:30 Thursday night. $25 at the door buys a seat for dinner at the Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.

Trying On The Winter Coat

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Corner of Fort Street in Buffalo,WY.

Photo Credit: Angela Lowman Jacob

BLM Offers Tree Permits

Permits are now available for people to cut down Christmas trees on approved areas of U.S. Bureau of Land Management land in Wyoming.

Permits are available in any BLM field office in Wyoming. The BLM says prices generally range from $5 to $10 per tree depending on the tree's size and location.

Shoshone Vote In Delayed Election

Eastern Shoshone tribal members have cast ballots in a delayed primary election.

Members voted for business council and entertainment committee members in Fort Washakie and Crowheart in Tuesday's primary. The results weren't immediately known.

Contractor Sentenced for Construction Rip-Offs

A builder accused of taking $165,000 from his clients without finishing or even starting construction projects is going to prison.

A judge on Tuesday sentenced Greg Jarrard to between seven and 10 years in prison, the maximum allowed under a plea deal.

Maxfield Checks on Sheridan SLIB Projects

Wyoming Secretary of State, Max Maxfield, made a stop in Sheridan today to visit with county officials regarding local State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) projects.

Wednesday public pulse 11-28-12

Greenhouse Craft Bazaar / Festival of Trees

Lawmakers in the Classroom: The Battle for Wyoming’s Schools

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Lawmakers in the Classroom: The Battle for Wyoming’s Schools

By Geoffrey O’Gara , WyoFile.com

“There’s a disconnect between the education community and the general public,” said Bill Schilling, chair of a legislative advisory committee on education meeting in October at the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission building in Casper.