Archive - Jan 10, 2013

Fair Board on Meeting with Commissioners: "Well-Received"

Fair Board on Meeting with Commissioners: "Well-Received" (Photo courtesy of the SCFA)

At Thursday's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association's Board of Trustees, the board reviewed their discussion earlier this week with the County Commissioners.

Mayor Kinskey Weighs in on Winter Storm

Mayor Kinskey on Coming Winter Storm (Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey stopped by on Public Pulse to visit with host Kim Love on Thursday.

Melissa Albrecht Steps Down as Facilities Director of Fairgrounds

Melissa Albrecht Steps Down as Facilities Director of Fairgrounds (Photo by Chris Foy)

Facilities Director of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, Melissa Albrecht, announced her resignation from the position on Thursday.

Chairman of the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees, Steve Eliason.

That's One Big Cover

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An artists rendering of the cover that Kennon produced for a 747. (Courtesy of Kennon Products)

Kennon Products in Sheridan is a company that makes aircraft covers, from general aviation, to military and commercial aviation. Kennon Vice President of Business Development Dale Hall says that last year they received a very unique request.

Tech is Taking Hold in Wyoming

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

During his State of the State address this week, Governor Matt Mead talked about the need to diversify our economy.

Liquor License Surprise

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Dayton Mayor Bob Wood

Officials with the Town of Dayton were a bit surprised when they were recently approached by an individual requesting a retail liquor license. Dayton Mayor Bob Wood explains.

Senate File 104 Would Strip Superintendent Hill of Duties

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Chairmen of the Legislature’s Joint Education Committee are sponsoring legislation to improve the governance of Wyoming K-12 public education system. Senator Hank Coe and Representative Matt Teeters have offered Senate File 104 to create an appointed position to administer the Department of Education. Senator Coe comments on the proposed legislation.

EPA again delays Pavillion groundwater investigation related to fracking

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By Dustin Bleizeffer

WyoFile.com

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has again delayed action in its highly controversial investigation into contaminated drinking water in Pavillion, Wyoming.

GENERALS FALL ON THE ROAD AT CENTRAL CC

Generals Head coach Steve Smiley

The Generals lost a tough road game last night in Riverton to Central Wyoming College by a score of 72-69, dropping their record to 14-4, 3-1 in the North.

They were down 39-25 at half and made a big run to the lead to 2 points late, but missed 3 shots with under 15 seconds to go to either take the lead or tie it, and CWC made FT’s to ice it.

Ron Mvouika led the Generals with 18 points, and Tate Stensgaard had 12 points and a team-high 6 rebounds.

They play in the Dome on Saturday vs Western Wyoming, tip-off 5:00pm.

COWBOYS / COWGIRLS FALL / LOCAL WEEKEND SPORTS SCENE LOOKS BUSY

BRONC / LADY BRONC HOOPS - The Lady Broncs will host Billings West tomorrow while the Broncs play at West then Saturday the Broncs are at home with Natrona county and the Lady Broncs will travel to Casper.

We will broadcast the Lady Broncs live tomorrow night at 7:30 on KWYO and 87.7 FM and Saturday we will have the Broncs on live at 4:30 when they play Natrona county that game will be broadcast on 105.9 FM.