Archive - Feb 2012 - News

February 28th

House, Senate Pass $3.2B Budgets

The State House and Senate have each passed their own $3.2 billion budget bills with a few minor differences, according to Representative Rosie Berger.

Birdhouses for Scholarships

Sheridan High School will again sell birdhouses to raise scholarship money during their spring play, Hello Dolly, this weekend at the high school.

Let 'Er Buck at the Car Wash

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Let 'Er Buck at the Car Wash

In a matter of just a few days, Sheridan will have a new state of the art car wash, as the gang at Let 'Er Buck car wash are getting set for their grand opening this weekend. Co-Owner Mark Law says that this won't be your ordinary car wash.

Democracy and Religion in the Middle East

Seth Ward (Photo Courtesy of the UW)

Sheridan College will host a discussion on the role of religion in Middle Eastern politics this Friday. Dr.

Americans Elect Party Gains Ballot Access

Americans Elect Party Gains Ballot Access

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield announced Monday that a new political party will be added to the 2012 General Election ballot. State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger explains.

February 28th

Snow Expected in Northeast Wyoming

As March approaches winter is still showing signs of sticking around in northeast Wyoming. National Weather Service Intern Shawn Campbell.

A Wrangler Rodeo Again

For the third straight year the Sheridan Wyo Rodeo will be a Silver Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo. Rodeo board member Zane Garstad.

Amended SFC Bill Passes House, Would Fund Coffeen

In the latest development during months of uncertainty about the project, Coffeen Elementary is tentatively set to be funded for rebuild in all three phases - planning, design and construction - in 2013-14.

Poll: Let Bush Tax Cuts Expire?

The Bush Tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of 2010 were given a two-year extension by President Barack Obama, and now a new deadline approaches.

Workshops on Substance Abuse and Drug-Free Workplaces are This Week

Workshops on Substance Abuse and Drug-Free Workplaces are This Week

The Workforce Development Committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is hosting two workshops this week for supervisors' training for identifying substance use and abuse in the workplace.