Archive - Apr 2012 - News

April 9th

SCSD1 Discusses Adding New Activities

Administrators and board members with Sheridan County School District 1 have tentatively formed a policy that would map out a process to add new sports to the district.

Free Massages to Support SC Kelly Schreibeis Scholarship

Sheridan College Massage Therapy program will offer free massages in businesses around town all this week. Diane Redman, SC Massage Therapy program director, tells us about the Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Information Center in Ranchester is Coming Along

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The Information Center in Ranchester is nearly complete. (Photo by Brad Estes)

The Information Center along US 14 in Ranchester is coming along nicely as crews are putting the finishing touches on the building. Ranchester Councilwoman Samantha Nixon explains what needs to be finished.

Construction At Cloud Peak Elementary Site Starting Soon

At their last meeting, the Johnson County School Board heard an update from District Business Manager Matt Ramey on the status of the new Cloud Peak Elementary School.

Community Meeting on the Future of Kendrick Pool is Tuesday

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Community Meeting on the Future of Kendrick Pool is Tuesday

The Kendrick Pool in Sheridan was built in 1937 and officials with the Sheridan Recreation District and City of Sheridan have planned a community meeting for Tuesday night to determine what the future holds for the 75-year-old pool.

Buffalo Seeking Bids For Work On Band Shell

The band shell in Buffalo's Washington Park will be getting some major work done in the coming weeks, if all goes as planned.

Johnson County May Get Indoor Shooting Range

Representatives of the Johnson County Indoor Shooting Range Committee approached the county commissioners at last week's meeting, asking for permission to use county-owned landon which to build an indoor shooting facility.

April 8th

Ladies Night at Landon's

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It was the first ever Ladies Night at Landon's Greenhouse Friday. It was, a fun-filled, bring a friend, free food kind of night featuring after hours shopping without the guys. Owner Janelle Gray explains.

Easter Egg Extravaganza

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The Easter Bunny was busy Friday and Saturday hosting Easter Egg Hunts around town, but the biggest draw was to Kendrick Park, Saturday, for the Vertical Church's Easter Egg Extravaganza.

Senator Schiffer Reflects on Budget Session

Senator John Schiffer

Now that it's been a month since Wyoming lawmakers wrapped up the budget session approving a $3.2 billion budget for the biennium, we figured we'd get Senator John Schiffer's take on how the budgeting process went this year.