Archive - Apr 17, 2012 - News

Commissioners Approve CUP Request

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Sheridan County Commissioner Mike Nickel

The Sheridan County Commissioners spent most of their meeting Tuesday listening to public comment and discussing a conditional use permit request from Sheridan County resident Jill Small to host several outdoor antique and art shows on her property.

Pete Williams, First Lady To Speak To UW Grads

Carol Mead (Photo Courtesy Office of Governor Matt Mead)

Laramie, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming first lady Carol Mead and NBC news correspondent Pete Williams will be among the speakers during University of Wyoming commencement ceremonies next month.

SCHS Monthly Dinner: Water In Wyoming

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A Story rancher will talk about water in Wyoming during this month's Sheridan County Historical Society dinner presentation this Thursday evening.

RMEF Raises 60K For Habitat

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Four committee members purchased life memberships at the banquet. From front left, Linda Depaoli, Steve Ketcham, Larry Samson and Bob Smith. (photo courtesy of RMEF)
(photo courtesy of RMEF)

More than 300 people attended the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's annual fundraising banquet Saturday in Sheridan.

City Council Approves Franchise Agreement on First Reading

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City Council Approves Franchise Agreement on First Reading

The Sheridan City Council wasted no time in working through a light agenda Monday night as they approved an ordinance to allow Sheridan County School District Two to enter into a franchise agreement with United Private Networks to provide a dedicated fiber optic network for all the schools in District Two.

Johnson County Closing Road Today For Culvert Work

Upper Clear Creek Road will be closed at times today to allow Johnson County Road and Bridge to replace a damaged culvert.

Sheridan College In Johnson County Busy This Time Of Year

Registrations for Fall classes, new outdoor classes, happenings at Spear-O-Wigwam and a lot more are all going on through Sheridan College and Sheridan College in Johnson County.

Quickbooks Class Offered This Weekend at SCJC

Ashlea Redding

This weekend at the Sheridan College in Johnson County campus there will be a Quickbooks class offered for those who own or want to own a small business or those interested in better organizing their household budget.

Buffalo Mayor Dyess Reviews Weekend WAM Meeting

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Last Thursday and Friday, Buffalo hosted the (WAM) Wyoming Association of Municipalities' Spring Board and Committee meetings.

The Deadline to File Your Taxes Has Arrived

The Deadline to File Your Taxes Has Arrived

Today is a day that you could either care less about, or it's a day that has your blood pressure on the rise. Today is of course the deadline to file your 2011 income tax return.