Archive - 2011 - News

January 5th

Senator Burns on Hathaway Scholarship

On Wednesday's edition of Public Pulse, Wyoming Senator Bruce Burns discussed the topic of the Hathaway Scholarship with the high school legislative interns, SHS Government teacher Tyson Emborg and host Kim Love.

Four SHS Students to Intern in Cheyenne

For the past five years, the Sheridan and Johnson County delegation to the Wyoming Legislature have sponsored students from Sheridan High School to come to Cheyenne as Legislative Interns for two weeks of the Session.

Commission Makes Board Appointments

The Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday appointed themselves to serve on the various boards in the county. Aaron Palmer with more.

JoCo Assessor's Office Loses Employees

New Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers took office just this week and she now has the task of replacing most of the employees from that office. Here's Aaron Palmer with the story.

Early Enrichment Enrollment at Hand-in-Hand

The Hand in Hand Early Childhood Education Center in Sheridan held a news conference Wednesday to announce that they are taking enrollment for the Early Enrichment program.

Sheridan County P&Z Commission Considers Quarry and CUP Request

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The Sheridan County Planning & Zoning Commission Wednesday approved a seven-year request to continue operations at the Black Mountain Quarry in the Big Horn Mountains, located off of US Highway 14.

Lummis Sworn Into Congress

Wyoming U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis was sworn into the 112 Congress Wednesday. Representative Lummis, who is Wyoming's sole Representative in the U.S.

January 4th

Update: Hoarded Cats and Dog

Toward the end of December, the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter acquired thirty-nine cats and one dog from a hoarder situation. Shelter Director Cel Hope gives us an update about the cats.

Mango Languages at Library

A new foreign language opportunity called Mango Languages is being implemented at libraries around Wyoming. No, it's not a program where you learn to speak to your tropical fruit.

Reform Campaign Targets U.S. Senate Rules

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The new U.S. Congress goes to work today, and one of the first items on the agenda will be setting the rules for the U.S. Senate. Several proposals are circulating that would end the gridlock the Senate has faced