Archive - Nov 2012 - News

November 12th

Dept. of Health Braces for Big Cuts

The Wyoming Department of Health has released a plan to compensate for budget cuts, as mandated by legislative action.

Wildlife Defenders Boast Successful Wolf Cohabitation

Defenders of Wildlife is reporting Idaho has experienced its best year yet in terms of cohabitation with wolves on public lands where herd animals graze.

DWS Releases Weekly Wage Data

Recent statistics released by the Department of Workforce Services show the average weekly wage for a worker in Sheridan is $710, whereas Johnson County full-time employees pull in an average of $612.

UW Presidential Search Meeting Tonight in Sheridan

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Residents of Sheridan and Johnson County will have an opportunity this evening to give input on the search for the next president at the University of Wyoming.

Natrona County Bans Big Ammo

Natrona County is banning ammunition larger than .40 calibers at a shooting range after a .50-caliber bullet ended up going through the roof of a home about a mile away.

Hunting, Fishing, Trapping Are Wyoming Rights Now

Hunting and fishing have been a way of life for the people of Wyoming since before statehood was established.

November 12th

Johnson County Tables Decision On Maintenance Contract

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last meeting, decided to wait and table a decision on who to award a maintenance contract to for providing service to both the existing justice center and the recently-completed judicial center.

Veterans Day Observed In Buffalo Sunday

Buffalo had Veterans Day Observances on Sunday, November 11, beginning with the American Legion Powder River Post No. 13's pancake breakfast followed by the Veterans Day Program downtown and the open house and Flag Retirement Ceremonies later in the day.

City Council Discusses Lease For R-C Airplane Club

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, considered a request from the Buffalo R-C Club to lease city land to them that they have already been approved to use to fly their radio-controlled airplanes.

Veterans Day at the VA

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Edgar Pretty On Top dances at the VA.

Yesterday was Veterans Day, a day set apart to remember our nation's veterans and renew our commitment to those who have served our country.