Archive - Jul 24, 2012 - News

NWCCD Offers Second of Three Mountain Lectures

The NWCCD Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus. (Photo Courtesy of Dennis Jacobs at Sheridan College)

The Northern Wyoming Community College District will be offering the second of three lecture series in the Mountain Lecture Series that are held at the Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus.

No End in Sight for Hot Dry Weather

No End in Sight for Hot Dry Weather

According to the NOAA National Climatic Data Center, a much warmer month of June in the United States than what we typically experience contributed to a record-warm first half of the year and the warmest 12-month period the nation has experienced since record keeping of such statistics began in 18

Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center to Expand

Officials with the Legacy Pregnancy Resource Centerin Sheridan break ground on the site of their future expansion.

The Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center opened their doors in the fall of 2010 to offer help to those who are at risk of, or are facing an unplanned pregnancy. Monday, a groundbreaking was held at their current location of 847 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan, as they look to expand their facility.

Buffalo Council Approves Purchase Of Equipment

At last week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council accepted the bid and approved the purchase of equipment for the Public Works Department.

Wyo. Gets $2.6 Million To Help Foreclosure Victims

The Wyoming Office of the Attorney General has finalized plans regarding how it will employ the $2.6 million the state received from the nation's five largest home loan companies for unethical business practices that ultimately led to many well-meaning people to loose their homes to foreclosure.

Buffalo Community Band To Perform At City Park Tuesday

Buffalo's Community Band performs at Washington Park's band shell in 2011.

The Buffalo Community Band will have their summer performance Tuesday at the band shell in Washington Park.

Statewide PAWS Results Highlight Wyoming Student Progress

The results for the statewide Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS) exams were released yesterday.Every grade, except fourth, also recorded improved reading scores. And in science, every grade, except fourth, had higher scores.