Archive - Dec 2010 - News

December 18th

Golden outlook for Montana wheat harvest

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - With prices high and exports strong, the outlook for Montana's wheat harvest is golden.

December 17th

The Fluoridation Discussion Continues Amongst City Officials

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There has been a lot of discussion lately about fluoridation of the public water supply in Sheridan. The City Council, along with staff have been holding work sessions and doing research on the pros and cons of adding fluoride to the water supply.

Department of Workforce Services Reminds Clients to be Guarded Against Fraud Potential

DWS Director Joan Evans (Coutesy Photo)

The Department of Workforce Services reminds clients and job seekers to protect themselves against potential online scams that are seemingly more prevalent during the holiday season. The Department is working hard to make sure their clients take preventative measures to protect themselves.

Freudenthal to Take Post at UW

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal (Courtesy Photo)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Outgoing Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal will take a job at the University of Wyoming starting next month. UW spokeswoman Jessica Lowell says Freudenthal has agreed to work as distinguished visiting professor for the next three semesters.

Missing Red Kettle Has Salvation Army Officials Concerned

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During the daily inventory process of the Salvation Army's red kettles Friday morning, it turned out that one kettle was missing and could not be accounted for.

December 16th

UW President Talks About the Upcoming Legislative Session

University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan

University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan was in Sheridan Thursday, where took a little time to stop by the Sheridan Media studios to discuss the upcoming 2011 Legislative Session.

NWCCD Board Authorizes Real Estate Negotiation

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

Just prior to the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan met with Sheridan College officials. As far as what was discussed? Buchanan explains.

School Bus Accident Sends Buffalo Students to Hospital

An accident between a school bus and a private vehicle Thursday afternoon sent an unspecified number of students to the local hospital for testing and observation. The accident occurred around 4:00 pm on Bypass Road north of Buffalo High School, according to Dr.

Vespers Services Sunday at LDS Church

The annual Vespers Service will be this Sunday, December 19th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Buffalo.
The service will begin at 5 pm, but at 4:30 there will be an organ prelude to welcome everyone.

Lockdown at BHS "Routine"

Parents and members of the community may have been surprised if they had called Buffalo High School Wednesday morning and been told the school was under a lockdown. Immediately most would think something bad had already happened or was in the process of happening.