Archive - Jan 2011 - News

January 12th

61st Wyoming Legislature Convenes

The 61st Wyoming Legislative Session runs through early March, 2011.

Tuesday at noon marked the official opening of the 61st Wyoming Legislative Session in Cheyenne. Representative Rosie Berger phoned Sheridan Media this morning and told us.

January 11th

Sheridan Fire-Rescue Issues Annual Prevention Report

Sheridan Fire-Rescue has issued the 2010 Fire Prevention Annual Report for Sheridan.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue issued their 2010 Annual Report for the Fire Prevention Division Tuesday.

County Commissioners and Airport Manager Discuss Airline Issues

Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier

Since there isn't a board that governs the Sheridan County Airport, the County Commissioners meet with Airport Manager John Stopka on a monthly basis to discuss issues regarding the Airport.

District One Administrator Thinks PAWS Should Stay, For Now

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Sheridan County School District One Superintendent Sue Belish

The State proficiency test known as PAWS has been mired in controversy since its inception several years ago.

A Few More National Health Care Reform Pieces Are Now in Place in Wyoming

Wyoming residents will see a few more pieces of the National Health Care Reform Act take affect this month.

As the debate over whether to repeal National Health Care Reform continues, pieces of that reform continue to fall into place in Wyoming.

Buffalo's State of City Address Today

The new Mayor of the City of Buffalo, Randy Dyess, will give the State of the City Address Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse Conference Room beginning at noon. Aaron Palmer has the details.

Nordic Sports in the Bighorns

All are invited to the Backcountry Ski and Snowshoe event this Saturday west of Buffalo.

The Wyoming Wilderness Association and the Powder Pass Nordic Skiers and Shoers will co-host a chili feed and Backcountry Ski and Snowshoe event this Saturday, January 15th. It is free and open to the public, but donations are gladly accepted.

Missoula Man Appears in Federal Court For Luring Sheridan Girl

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A 24-year-old convicted sex offender appeared in U.S. District Court Monday in Missoula, Montana. William Richard Nielsen is charged with coercion and enticement of a minor for luring a 12-year-old girl from Sheridan to his apartment in Missoula.

January District 2 Report

Sheridan School District 2 Craig Dougherty

The School District 2 Board unanimously approved several action items at their meeting Monday in Sheridan. Along with the annual Audit Report.

District 2 Receives Clean Audit

Sheridan School District 2 Business Manager Roxie Taft

The Sheridan County School District 2 Board met for their January meeting last night, and received their annual Audit Report from Jim Dodson, CPA with Porter, Muirhead, Cornia and Howard out of Casper.