Archive - 2012 - News

January 21st

Oversnow Routes in Yellowstone Remain in Poor Condition

Oversnow Routes in Yellowstone Remain in Poor Condition

A recent storm in the northwest Wyoming has made things difficult for oversnow travel throughout Yellowstone National Park. Park Spokesman Al Nash says that only a handful of roads are open due to the recent weather.

American Legion Spaghetti Dinner Saturday in Buffalo

Buffalo American Legion Post #13 will host their annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser Saturday, January 21 from 4:30 to 7pm at the American Legion Hall at 18 Veterans Avenue.

NWCCD Anticipates Enrollment Funding, Works on Retention

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young appeared on Public Pulse Thursday, and discussed with host Kim Love what they anticipate from the upcoming budget session of the Wyoming Legislature.

Sheridan Commercial Park Grant Approved

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The City of Sheridan received some good news from the state Thursday as the SLIB Board approved a $1 million community readiness grant to extend sewer infrastructure to the Sheridan Commercial Park. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Sheridan Takes Part in WAM Webinar

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City of Sheridan Clerk Scott Badley

The Wyoming Association of Municipalities held a webinar Thursday that reached forty different locations around the state.

NWCCD Announces WACCT Award Nominees

The Northern Wyoming Community College District, Gillette, Sheridan and Buffalo, announced in a media release Thursday that they will send six to the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees Leadership Awards.

2012 Bridal Preview is Saturday

The Bridal Preview is Saturday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Couples looking to tie the knot this year will have almost 30 different booths to peruse Saturday at the 2012 Sheridan Media Bridal Preview, which takes place at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Initial Water Supply Report: NE Wyoming Watersheds Leading State

The National Weather Service in Riverton released its initial Wyoming Water Supply Outlook for January last week, and watersheds for the Tongue and Powder Basins in north-central Wyoming are holding up the state average.

Buffalo Transfers Ownership of Lands Under Justice Center

Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center

Buffalo's City Council agreed to transfer ownership of some lands not already owned by Johnson County or the Justice Center Joint Powers Board to the entities after a vote Tuesday evening.

Buffalo, Jo Co Support Governor For More High-Tech Funds

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Both the Johnson County Commission and the Buffalo City Council approved resolutions at their meetings Tuesday to support Governor Matt Mead in his efforts to allocate more funds to attract high-tech companies to Wyoming.