Archive - 2012 - News

February 29th

Berger: 'Doomsday Bill' Was About Wyoming Stability

Legislation that would have funded study of Wyoming's capabilities during failure of the national government died Wednesday by a narrow margin.

February 28th

Coffeen PTO Books for Bingo

The Coffeen Elementary PTO Books for Bingo event will be open to the entire community this Thursday when they will raise money for more than just the PTO.

The “Inn” to Get Some New Plumbing

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The Historic Sheridan Inn will be getting some new plumbing soon.

The 1893 Grille and Spirits restaurant located at the Historic Sheridan Inn will be closing Sunday through Wednesday for the next three weeks beginning this Sunday.

'Silicon Valley to Wyoming – A High-Tech Entrepreneur’s Journey'

An entrepreneur who blends California and Wyoming business knowledge will speak tonight in Sheridan about creating a different kind of high-paying job for a younger generation.

Landowner Coupons Due March 1st

Sheridan resident Jack Mavrakis, age 12, with a pronghorn antelope he harvested on private land. (Photo Courtesy of the G&F)

The Wyoming Game and Fish wants to remind ranchers and farmers that the deadline to send in landowner coupons from the past hunting season is Thursday, March 1st at 5 pm. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

Johnson County Commissioners Updated On R&B Happenings

Johnson County Commissioners

At the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting February 21, Scott Pehringer, County Road and Bridge Supervisor, gave an update on a number of projects and happenings in his department.
He discussed a possible equipment exchange with the commissioners.

State Of Johnson County Address Wednesday In Buffalo

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

The annual State Of The County Address will be presented Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Conference Center in Buffalo.

Yellowstone Recruiting for Youth Conservation Program

Yellowstone Recruiting for Youth Conservation Program. (Photo Courtesy of Yellowstone)

Yellowstone National Park is once again recruiting for their Youth Conservation Corps program for young men and women between the ages of 15 and 18. This summer, Yellowstone will two, month long YCC sessions from June 10th to July 12th, and July 15th to August 16th.

BHS Kids Perform Well At Forensics Tourney At Harvard

Three students from Buffalo High School traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts to Harvard University earlier this month to participate in the 39th annual Harvard National Invitational Speech and Debate Tournament.

HB88: Increasing Penalties for Drunk Drivers

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A bill that's moved on to the full Senate for consideration in Cheyenne would increase the penalty on DUI offenders in the State of Wyoming. Sheridan Representative Rosie Berger.