Archive - 2011 - News

December 15th

JCSD1 Board Recognizes Staff Awards, Certifications

Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees recognized a number of district teachers and staff for their accomplishments and awards at their meeting Monday night.
Three teachers were recognized for becoming Nationally Certified.

December 14th

SAWS JPB Accepts Audit Report

Reduction in debt was the bottom line of the audit report presented by Tracey Jelly at Wednesday's Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board monthly meeting.

Tips on How to Keep it Safe During the Holidays

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The holidays can present a number of different fire hazards that can quickly turn a festive occasion into a tragedy. Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer says that every year they see a spike in several types of fires during the holidays.

Story Hatchery Vital to Wyoming Fisheries

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It was another banner year at the Story Fish Hatchery as fall spawning operations recently concluded. Game and Fish Information Officer Warren Mischke says that egg collection was in the millions.

Sheridan Chamber Hands Out End of Year Awards

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce named its end of year award winners Wednesday at its December luncheon.

J.M. Huber Closes Sale of All Oil & Gas Assets (Updated: 11 am)

Battalion Resources Holding LLC and its affiliates have purchased all oil and gas assets in the Powder River Basin of J.M. Huber Corporation, according to Robert Currie, Vice President and Chief Communications and Public Information Officer for J.M. Huber.

Governor Recognizes Shift in Demand for Coal

Australian Company Ambre Energy purchased interest in Decker Coal Co. and Black Butte Coal Co. last month, a sale with implications that could continue a pattern of the changing demand from domestic to international coal consumption.

Jo Co School Board Elects New Officers

Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees, at their meeting Monday night, elected new officers for the next year.

UW Trustees Hear Budget Cutting Options

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - University of Wyoming president Tom Buchanan says the school would likely have to lay off some workers if state lawmakers move ahead with even the mildest budget cuts on the table.

Jo Co Approves Grant Application for Juvenile Service

A grant application for juvenile services in Johnson County was approved at last week's county commission meeting.