Archive - Jan 2011 - News

January 21st

Residents Oppose Gravel Mine Application

At the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday, residents near where a proposed gravel mine could be located, formally advised the commissioners of their opposition to the gravel mine.

Salary Increases Topic at NWCCD Meeting

NWCCD Board of Trustees met in Buffalo Thursday

Johnson County hosted the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees meeting Thursday in Buffalo, and a major topic of discussion was the State Legislative session and the possibility of losing funding for salary increases for state employees, as well as employees at the state's community colleges and the University of Wyoming.

January 20th

Sheridan Police Department to Offer Citizen's Academy

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Sheridan Police Sergeant Tom Ringley

In an effort to better interact with the community they serve, the Sheridan Police Department will be conducting their first ever citizen's academy beginning March 1st. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens explains.

Frontier Management Beats Benchmark for 12th Consecutive Year

Frontier Asset Management Founder and Chief Investment Officer Gary Miller

Frontier Asset Management out of Sheridan announced that its Long-Term Growth Composite beat its benchmark, the S&P 500 index, for the twelfth consecutive year.

Sheridan College is Offering Tax Assistance Again This Year

Sheridan College is once again offering the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program this year for those that need some help filing their 2010 tax return.

Sheridan Rec. District to Work on 3 to 5 Year Plan

The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees met for their monthly meeting Wednesday night. Board Member Don Julian brought up the idea of formulating a 3 to 5 year plan for the Recreation District that would encompass just where they will be located in the coming years. Currently the Rec.

Rhetoric and Reason: Repealing Healthcare Reform

Health care has taken center stage once again as the new congress is debating legislation that would overturn last year's health care reform law. Although the bill is unlikely to be taken up in the Democrat-led Senate any time soon, Wednesday evening, the U.S.

What’s Eating Us?

Dr. Jon Connolly, Vice President of Academic Affairs at Sheridan College

It was the “Mold Man,” making his appearance, center stage in the CTEL Presentation Hall of Sheridan College Wednesday night giving his talk “Rotten to the Core: The Role of Decay in our Lives.”

Kathryn Valido Discusses Teacher Accountability

Photo courtesy WEA website

On Monday's edition of Public Pulse, host Kim Love spoke at length with Kathryn Valido, President of the Wyoming Education Association. After several minutes addressing the continuing contract status issue, he asked Valido.

Contractor Working on 'Issues' at WWTP

States West Engineer Brook Stromer reported the status of the city's new wastewater treatment plant to the Buffalo City Council Tuesday. Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, with the report.