Archive - Feb 2012 - News

February 3rd

Job Shadow Day

Megan Eisenhauer

Students from schools across the county visited area businesses Friday, getting a first-hand look at possible post-high school careers as part of Job Shadow Day.

Deadlines Approaching for Antelope Butte Effort, Public Meeting Feb. 8

Antelope Butte Foundation

The Antelope Butte Foundation continues to receive support from across northern Wyoming in its efforts toward reopening the Antelope Butte Ski Area, and after about a year of work in forming a nonprofit strategy a big deadline is about two weeks away.

Sheridan County Fairgrounds Continues Improvement Projects

Sheridan County Fairgrounds Continues Improvement Projects

Improvements continue at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, as the Fair Association works on implementing parts of their modernization plan.

District 1 Re-evaluates Board Goals

Administrators from Sheridan County school district 1 met Friday morning to discuss and re-evaluate board goals, trying to better line up a support system for district curriculum. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Buffalo, Johnson County Hire For DeSmet Water Modeling

The Buffalo City Council and the Johnson County Commissioners have agreed to jointly hire engineers to study water modeling at Lake DeSmet and prepare both entities for any possible development at the lake in the future.

Enzi Accepting Applications for Summer Internship Program

Enzi Accepting Applications for Summer Internship Program

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has announced that his office is now accepting applications for the 2012 summer internship program. Enzi said that an internship in his office is rich with opportunity as it provides students with firsthand knowledge and experience.

Padlock Ranch Named 2012 Beef Quality Assurance Winner

The Padlock Ranch in Dayton has received a national honor. Russel Nimitz has more for us from the cattle industry convention and NCBA trade show in Nashville, Tennessee.

February 2nd

Enzi Says No More Number 'Fudging' Budget Tricks

Republican Wyoming U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi was part of a group of Senate and House Republicans that held a press conference this week to support putting a stop to ongoing deficit spending and what they called “budget gimmicks”.

Sheridan College Again Offering Free Tax Help

Sheridan College is again offering help with taxes. This is the sixth year students certified in basic and intermediate tax preparation through the IRS will provide free assistance to the community. SC Business Instructor Tracy Dearinger.

Policy Center and Workplace Safety

Equality State Policy Center Executive Director Dan Neal

Wyoming has consistently been one of the worst states nationwide when it comes to workplace safety, in particular workplace deaths. According to a yearlong study by Epidemiologist Dr.