Archive - 2012 - News

April 10th

Governor Announces Microsoft Will Build Large Data Center in Wyoming

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead held a news conference Monday, where he announced that Microsoft will build a $112 million data center near Cheyenne. This undoubtedly will provide a much needed boost to the state's economy.

JCSD1 Board Discusses Issues With Bids On New School

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

On the agenda for the Johnson County School Board meeting Monday night was discussion and approval of bids for testing and commissioning services on the new Cloud Peak School project.

Sheridan College Announces Commencement Speaker

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi will deliver the commencement speech at the Sheridan College graduation ceremony in May.

Sheridan College has announced who'll deliver the commencement address during this year's graduation ceremony on May 12th. SC Dean of Enrollment Services Sharon Elwood gives us the details.

Buffalo Will Offer Free Landfill Weekend Next Month

Toby Rhoades

The City of Buffalo will be having their annual City-wide Spring Cleanup Wednesday, May 9th through Saturday, May 12th.

April 9th

Sheridan County YMCA Lands Livestrong Community Impact Project

Sheridan County YMCA Lands Livestrong Community Impact Project

A month ago we told that the Sheridan County YMCA was selected as a finalist for the Livestrong Community Impact Project and that residents could help them achieve the project by casting their vote online.

More Time for the Inn

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More Time for the Inn

A week ago we reported that due to an inability by the Sheridan Heritage Center to make the monthly loan payment to Wyoming Bank and Trust, the Historic Sheridan Inn faced possible foreclosure.

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.

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.

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.

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.