Archive - 2012 - News

April 22nd

Northeast Wyoming Featured At International Pow Wow

Angela Jarvis

Buffalo and Northeast Wyoming are being showcased this week at the International Pow Wow in Los Angeles.

Blacklight Zumba for a Cause

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Blacklight Zumba for a Cause

Zumba, the latin dance inspired fitness program has become increasingly popular in Sheridan thanks to the efforts of Lorrie Anderson, who is a certified Zumba Instructor in Sheridan.

All About Veggies

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Janelle Gray teaches about vegetables.

Landon's Greenhouse hosted an free informational workshop for all those folks antsy to put their green thumbs to work.

This Week's Poll Question

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This week's Bank of Sheridan, Sheridan Media'a Poll Question is, “Is the Republican, one party, dominance of Wyoming State politics good or bad for Wyoming?

Building Your Own Fly Rod

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Reata Cook building her fly rod.

Joey's FlyfFishing Foundation held its 2nd annual fly rod building clinic Saturday. Foundation founder Joey Puettman, (pit-man), says it was a hands-on, build-your-own type of class.

Earth Day Celebration

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Macie Geis, "Happy Earth Day"

Sunny skies and warm temperatures brought folks out in droves Sunday for the 42nd annual Earth Day. Held in South Park across from RENEW, it was a field of informative tables full of information geared towards protecting our environment.

Book Sale At Johnson Co Library This Week

The Friends of the Johnson County Library will be having their spring book sale this Thursday, April 26th through Sunday, April 29th.

April 21st

The Times They Are a-Changin'

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Demolition is underway at Sheridan College.

Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan said it best in his 1964 hit song, “The Times They Are a-Changin”.

Let Kids Dig in the Dirt for Earth Day

Let Kids Dig in the Dirt for Earth Day

A new report released by the National Wildlife Federation shows the benefits of letting kids get messy outside and its release coincides with Earth Day activities throughout Wyoming.

Enzi Weighs in on Budget Woes

Senator Mike Enzi is concerned about the Senate's lack of progress in creating a new national budget.