Archive - Sep 2012 - News

September 17th

Trabing Road Project Winding Down, Road and Bridge Pleased

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer

Johnson County's Trabing Road Project is nearing completion, and County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer is pleased with how the project has progressed, the minimal amount of problems, and the beatiful new piece of road the county now has because of the project.

Leakage At Sheridan Airport Worse Than First Reported

Sheridan Airport Manager John Stopka.

In a story Sheridan Media ran last week concerning leakage at the Sheridan Airport and a local group's attempts to reverse the trend, figures originally given by the group were correct but not used in the proper context.

UW Students To Design Home For Buffalo's Carousel

Two University of Wyoming architecture design students discuss the project with members of Arts Along The Big Horns Olin Turner and Doug Lobeck.

This past weekend, an architectural design class from the University of Wyoming made the trip to Buffalo to look at a proposed site that will hopefully house the Cowboy Carousel in the near future.

Enzi Staffer Starts New Career in Sheridan

Wendy Gnehm, pictured here with Senator, Mike Enzi, is returning to Sheridan after more than a decade of service as a senior legislative assistant. She and her husband will be the new managers of Los Agaves Mexican Resteraunt. (Photo courtesy of Senator Enzi)

One of Senator Mike Enzi's top staffers is moving home to Sheridan to raise her family and start a new career. Wendy Gnehm has worked in Washington, D.C. as senior legislative assistant for Senator Enzi, and specialized in several areas, such as veterans affairs and transportation over the years.

Mayoral Candidates Agree: Sheridan Is Growing Young Families

Sheridan Mayoral candidates, Steve Brantz and Dave Kinskey, joined Public Pulse host, Kim Love, Thursday on Newstalk 930, KROE, to go toe-to-toe about local issues. One thing both candidates agree on is that Sheridan's reputation for exporting its youth is changing.

NWCCD Recognized As Vet Friendly

Sheridan College has been named among the top 15 percent of veteran friendly colleges in the nation.

Wolf Licenses Going Fast

Wildlife officials say hunters in Teton County have been fast to grab their wolf tags.

Concrete Lid Poured on Clearwell

(Photo Courtesy of SAWS)

The Big Goose Water Treatment Plant Clearwell Expansion project remains on schedule as construction crews recently put a lid on things so to speak. SAWS Project Manager Dan Coughlin.

Sheridan Council Meets Tonight

Tonight's City Council Meeting will kick off at 7 o'clock at City Hall. Councilman, John Heath, goes over tonight's agenda.

If you can't make the meeting, turn your radio to AM 1410, to hear the live broadcast on KWYO.

September 16th

5th Annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk

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Over 100 folks showed up Saturday morning to take part in the 5th annual “Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease.” Organizer Stella Montano says each one has their own personal reason for walking.