Archive - Dec 6, 2012 - News

Sheridan College Student Art Sale Opens Dec. 12

Sheridan College Art Sale Opens Dec. 12

The art department with Sheridan College will be hosting an art sale on December 12 and 13 featuring a body of work made entirely by students. The sale kicks off at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Whitney Building Fine Arts Wing and runs until 9 p.m. It continues Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

History of UW Told Through Authentic Stories and Photos in New Book

History of UW Told Through Authentic Stories and Photos in New Book

A pair of authors with the University of Wyoming recently released a new book featuring hundreds of photographs that document the history of the 126-year-old campus.

CenturyLink Responds to Last Week's Outage

CenturyLink Responds to Last Week's Outage

We previously reported that last Friday, a contractor using an auger tore through fiber optic cables owned by CenturyLink, effectively disabling internet and telephone communications for most of the day.

City Receives Settlement Check For Waste Water Plant

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven told the City Council at their meeting Tuesday that he had received a settlement check from Hydro Construction to close an agreement between the contractor and the city in a dispute over damage at the city's waste water treatment plant.

National Report Shows Wyoming is Doing Well In Protecting Kids From Tobacco

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New report shows that Wyoming spends tobacco prevention money well. (Photo by Ron Richter)

A national report released Thursday by a coalition of public health organizations shows that Wyoming is doing well in protecting kids from tobacco. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Gray Wolf Hunter Area 2 Closes

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department issued a media release stating that hunters should be alerted that Gray Wolf Hunt Area 2, the Sunlight Management Unit northwest of Cody, closed December 6th at 9:10 a.m. The area closed because the mortality quota of eight wolves was reached.

Jo Co Attorney Provides Updated Court Proceedings

In a News Release dated December 5, Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock's office gave updates on various court proceedings from the last few weeks.

Ambre Energy to Buy Out Cloud Peak, Settle Litigation

Business Partners, Ambre Energy and Cloud Peak Energy, have come to an agreement to settle litigation over a dispute regarding Decker Coal Mine.

Al Simpson Gets Hip On National Deficit

81-year-old former Wyoming senator, Al Simpson, is calling on America's youth to get psyched up about reducing the national debt, and he's not letting his age stop him from delivering a fresh message.

CDC Forecasts Tough Flu Season

This week is National Influenza Vaccination Week for the Centers for Disease Control. While Sheridan County Public Health officials pushed the flu vaccine at the start of the season, the CDC has set this week aside to emphasize the importance of vaccination for anyone older than 6 months.