Archive - 2012

January 24th

Wal-Mart McDonald's to Close Next Week

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McDonald's in Wal-Mart will be closing next Tuesday.

In less than a week, the McDonald's in Wal-Mart in Sheridan will be closing its doors after almost seventeen years of business there.

SC AT CASPER COLLEGE TONIGHT / UW FALLS TO SDSU

GENERALS / LADY GENERALS HOOPS - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals play at Casper college tonight.

The Lady Generals are 17-2 and coming off a big road win in Miles City Saturday Head coach Frank McCarthy.

They've won nine in a row and McCarthy says this is a big week with Casper tonight and Gillette at home Saturday.

JCSD1 Approves Report to Community With Minor Changes

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

At their meeting Monday night in Kaycee, the Johnson County School District Board of Trustees approved a draft of the annual Report to the Community with some changes.

Johnson County HS Team Standings, Schedules For This Week

Buffalo High School's basketball teams are struggling at the moment but still in the middle of the pack in the 3A East standings this week.
After splitting their games last weekend, the Bison boys are now third in the 3A East, 4-2 in conference play and 6-6 overall.
They will host Douglas Friday and Worland on Saturday.
The Lady Bison also split their games last weekend and are now fifth in the 3A East with a 3-3 conference mark, 5-7 overall.
They will also host Douglas Friday and Worland Saturday.

Nordic Club's Pole Creek Challenge February 4

The Powder Pass Nordic Club will present their annual Pole Creek Challenge race Saturday, February 4 at the Pole Creek Nordic Ski Area west of Buffalo.

Report to NWCCD: JAC Looking Closely At Budgets

At the meeting held in Buffalo this week, the Northern Wyoming Community College District received a report from Dr. Mark Englert, who had been at the recent Joint Appropriation Committee meetings where funding for the state's community colleges and the University of Wyoming were discussed.

City Operations Could Be Impacted by State Budget

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has proposed a $64 million dollar cut out of his budget request to the Joint Appropriations Committee, which is in the process of “marking up” the Governor's proposed budget.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 01/24/12

First Light / Sue Belish w/State Board of Education

Skatula Named 2012 Wyo Distinguished Principal

Rick Skatula has been named Wyoming's Distinguished Principal. (Photo Courtesy of Southridge Elementary School in Casper)

For the second year in a row an educator with connections to Sheridan has been named Wyoming's Distinguished Principal.

January 23rd

Wolf Bill May Draw its Share of Controversy

Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns

Last year Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and the wolf management plan that will come before the State Legislature during next month's budget session could be a lightning rod for controversy, this according to State Senator Bruce Burns.