Archive - May 25, 2012

Closing the "Till" for the Last Time

On Friday, Nancy Steel closed her till for the last time at First Federal Savings Bank in Sheridan after over 38-years of dedicated service to the bank and its customers.

And That's a Wrap - so long Mary Jo!

And that's a wrap as the clock at the top of the monitor indicates 8:56:29 which means that Mary Jo Johnson and Ed Cwik, co-hosts of the KYTI Morning Show on 93.7, will soon be wrapping up another show. Today, however, is Mary Jo's last morning wrap-up after 10 and a half years with Sheridan Media.

Are we safer a year after the death of Osama Bin Laden?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
31% (151 votes)
No
64% (311 votes)
No Opinion
5% (25 votes)
Total votes: 487

Public Pulse - Thursday 05/24/12

Senior Center / School Dist. #2

Public Pulse - Wednesday 05/23/12

Governor Matt Mead / Inter-Tribal Wellness Center

City's Budget Work Sessions Come to a Close

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan finished up their budget work sessions Thursday with a review of the Engineering, Planning, Building and City Hall budget requests.

Sheridan County to Offer Employees Wellness Program

Posted in
Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller

Sheridan County recently contracted with Simply Well, which is a wellness company out of Omaha Nebraska. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller explains the potential benefit of the program.

Several New Programs Possibly Coming to Sheridan College

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Dr. Jon Connolly

The Northern Wyoming Community College District recently approved a request from Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Jon Connolly for a number of new programs.

Buffalo's Creekside Clubhouse Grand Opening Saturday

The Creekside Clubhouse and Greens putt-putt golf and more will have their Grand Opening this Saturday with festivities beginning at noon.

Buffalo City Attorney On Wastewater Plant Issue

At the last city council meeting, Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven
gave the council an update on the wastewater treatment plant and the dispute between the city and the contractor, Hydro Construction, that built the facility.