Archive - 2012 - News

January 20th

NWCCD Holds Meeting in Buffalo Thursday

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees held their January meeting in Buffalo Thursday evening, and worked their way through a short agenda.

Buffalo Transfers Ownership of Lands Under 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.

January 20th

Figures Eight

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In her first ever art show, it shouldn't have been a surprise that Sheridan turned out in full force to support Hilary Carrel. The gallery of Sheridan College's Main Street Campus was filled with art enthusiasts wanting to take a look at her latest works.

Science Fair at Big Horn

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It's science fair time and an open house was held Thursday night in the Big Horn High School Commons area to showcase the work of over 80 middle school students.

Legislative Committee Considers Redistricting

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers plan to hold a final meeting to hash out a statewide plan for redrawing legislative districts.

Riparian Management Plan One Step Closer to Completion

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Sheridan County, along with consultants with AECOM, hosted two public workshops Wednesday regarding the development status of a Riparian Area Management Plan.

Obama: No on Oil Pipeline, More Review Needed, w/Reactions

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says he's denying an application for a Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline because a GOP-mandated deadline didn't allow time for a full review.

DA Davidson's Annual Economic Outlook is This Afternoon

DA Davidson's Chief Investment Strategist, Fred Dickson, will give his economic outlook at the WYO Theater today, his 10th annual in Sheridan.

G&F Remind Dog Owners that Deer Can Be Dangerous

Deer in residential areas in Sheridan County certainly isn't something new, but an increase in incidents involving deer harming dogs is something that has the attention of the local Game and Fish Office. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

City/County Engineer Moving Forward, Interviews Next

At their meeting Tuesday night, the Buffalo City Council removed from the table their motion to hire a joint City/County Engineer, after hearing public comments from a number of citizens both for and against the position and discussions between councilmembers.