Archive - Nov 2010 - News

November 22nd

Poll Question: Holiday Music on the Radio

When is the right time to broadcast holiday music?

Halloween was barely over – and in some places it wasn't over yet – when stores across the nation started putting out Christmas displays to entice holiday shoppers.

November 21st

City of Buffalo to Contractor: Fix Street Cuts

CJC street cuts on Fetterman Street in Buffalo

Street cuts made on Fetterman Street by the contractor building the new Criminal Justice Center have not been fixed, and the Buffalo City Council last week sent a letter giving the contractor until November 30th to get them fixed.

Turnout for Senior Bazaar "Disappointing"

Buffalo Senior Center's Holiday Bazaar

Attendance at the Buffalo Senior Center's Holiday Bazaar Craft Show Friday and Saturday was less than hoped, but Activities Director Sally Frost said the weather may have had something to do with the turnout.

Buffalo Woman 'Schoolboard Member of the Year'

JC Schoolboard member Deb McMahon

Johnson County Schoolboard member Deb McMahon was awarded the “2010-2011 School Board Member of the Year” for the State of Wyoming at a conference in Casper last Thursday night.

Federal judge rules for Wyoming in wolf lawsuit

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A federal judge says the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was wrong to refuse to turn management of gray wolves over to the state of Wyoming. Judge Alan B.

November 20th

Game and Fish to Hold Black Bear Meetings

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public information gathering meetings statewide to discuss proposed changes to Chapter 3, Black Bear Hunting Seasons.

"Way of the Coyote"

“Wisdom of the Elders,” was International Education Week's finale presentation. Diane Redman, who is the Massage Therapy Director at Sheridan College, spoke about her recent journey to Mexico, to a village translated as “Way of the Coyote

SHS Hosts District Music Festival

The NE Wyoming High School District Band, along with a choir, performed November 20th at SHS.

The "best of the best" vocal and band students have been hard at work at Sheridan High School this weekend for the 2010 NE Wyoming District Music Festival. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the story.

November 19th

New Oil Spill Report Finds Risks Ignored

The science is in - and it finds B-P and its contractors failed to learn from "near misses," and made risky decisions that contributed to the oil well blowout and spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Those findings are in an interim report out this week that was requested by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.

DFS Names Interim Director at Girls School

In a media release issued late Friday afternoon, Wyoming Department of Family Services Director Tony Lewis announced that Chris Jones has been appointed Interim Superintendent of the Wyoming Girls School in Sheridan.