Archive - Mar 2012 - News

March 3rd

Enzi Questions Defense Secretary Pannetta

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) questioned Defense Secretary Leon Pannetta this week on several issues, one being that of proposed air force base removal under President Barack Obama's FY2013 proposed budget.

March 2nd

Sellout at the Wild West Wine Fest

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These two ladies seemed to be having a good time at Friday night's Wild West Wine Fest

The annual Wild West Wine Fest fundraiser for the Downtown Sheridan Association drew a good crowd Friday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.

Yellowstone's Impact on the State's Economy

A report released this week by the National Park Service showed that 3.64 million visitors to Yellowstone National Park in 2010 had a significant impact on Wyoming's economy.

Buffalo City Attorney Still Working On Water Line Easements

At the last city council meeting, Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven was given the go-ahead to send a letter to the lone landowner they are still waiting on for an easement agreement for the new water transmission line west of town.

Snowpack Continues to Increase

A map of the various snotel sites around Wyoming that measure snowpack.

A media release issued Friday by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, states that with the addition of recent snows the March 1st report of Sheridan County snowpack shows higher snowpack than a month ago in both the Tongue and Clear Creek drainages.

Junior Council Representing Sheridan Youth: Karsyn Lamb

Over the next few days we will sit down with members of the Sheridan Junior Council. Karsyn Lamb, has been a part of the council for about a year.

Hoover: Pres. Candidates Not Reaching Young Voters

As Republican hopefuls for president fight among themselves for the party nod, the great-granddaughter of a former president says the candidates aren't reaching what she believes is the most important sector – young voters.

Coffeen Rebuild: SF105 Passes, Awaits Gov. Approval

As the legislature finishes another week in their process of forming a two-year budget for the state of Wyoming, legislators complete work on the school construction bill and the abandoned mine lands bill.

March 1st

Sheridan, Buffalo Leap Day Babies at Sheridan Memorial

Sheridan Media file photo

Two babies whose parents will have to teach them extra patience in waiting for their birthdays were born Wednesday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Food Group of Sheridan County to Hold Fundraiser This Weekend

Taco Fest 2012 is Saturday night in Sheridan.

Last week we told you about the Food Group of Sheridan County, a grassroots effort that was started a year and a half ago to help make sure that children in Sheridan County aren't going hungry.