Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 2nd

100+ Make Appointments for 'Give Kids a Smile Day' on Friday

More than 100 area children are signed up for 'Give Kids a Smile Day' on Friday. Sheridan College Dental Hygiene students and Sheridan-area dentists will provide free dental check-ups at the college.

Shooting Suspect Changes Plea

Shooting suspect changes plea in District Court.

Sheridan resident Eddie Delk changed his plea in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Community College Summit Postponed by Weather

CHEYENNE (AP) - The first Wyoming Summit on Community Colleges has been postponed because of weather. The event was scheduled to take place Wednesday in Cheyenne.

Wyoming Students Improve in Math, Reading

CHEYENNE (AP) - Wyoming students have improved their math and reading scores on a national assessment test.

City of Buffalo Denies Request from Buffalo Ridge Developer

The Buffalo City Council at their meeting Tuesday, denied a request from Justin and Bruce Beckner, developers of the Buffalo Ridge Subdivision, to reverse a decision made by the planning and zoning commission that denied a re-subdivision of his property.

Jo Co Commission, Buffalo Council Celebrate 'Movember'

John Gibbs gets his shave.

Johnson County and City of Buffalo will be celebrating “Movember” this month to recognize men's health issues.

Jo Co, Buffalo Support Energy Development at Lake DeSmet

Johnson County Commission

Both the Johnson County Commissioners and the Buffalo City Council have agreed to lend support for an energy company to develop a coal/gas to liquids plant at Lake DeSmet, after drafting and approving a letter that will be sent to the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board.

November 1st

Kleenburn AML Reclamation Project Receives Award

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Sheridan County receives award for Kleenburn reclamation project.

Reclamation work at the Kleenburn Coal Mine Site in Sheridan County recently received national recognition with the 2011 Western Regional Abandoned Land Mine Reclamation award.

Lease Approved, Operating Agreement Needs Work

Sheridan College President and SEEDA Chairman Dr. Paul Young

Opening the doors to the former Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan moved one step closer Tuesday, as the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority approved the lease agreement with future tenants First Light Inc.

SCSD2 Parent-Teacher Conferences Nov. 3, 4

Sheridan County School District 2 schools will hold parent teacher conferences this Thursday and Friday.