Archive - Apr 4, 2013 - News

Sen. Barrasso Opposes Greenhouse Gas 'Litmus Test'

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On Thursday, U.S. Senator John Barrasso joined other Republican senators, writing to the Chairwoman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Nancy Sutley, asking the body to refrain from imposing a "climate change litmus test."

Not In My Backyard: Planning and Zoning Rejects Big Horn Community Center Permit and Ranchester Rezone

Sheridan Media's Chris Foy brings us the latest from last Thursday's meeting of the Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission.

Christmas Stroll Button Contest is Underway

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has announced that the contest for the 2013 Christmas Stroll Button design is underway. The Christmas Stroll Committee has sent entry forms to each of the elementary schools in Sheridan County.

Finding Out What Ails You

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We conclude our series on allergies with a look at an upcoming clinic hosted by Big Horn Ear, Nose and Throat later this month. Dr. Cheryl Varner says that the test is very simple and will take about 45 minutes.

Sheridan Memorial to Offer Urgent Care

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Officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital continue to work out the details of offering urgent care for their patients. Hospital Chief of Staff Dr. John Addlesperger says that they plan on utilizing space in the Emergency Department.

Lucinda's Bids Sheridan Farewell

Main Street is going through some major changes this spring.

Coalition: Marriage Equality Protects Rights

This weeks' sheridanmedia.com poll question asks the people of Sheridan whether they think same-sex marriages should be legal.

College Invites Kids to DNA Expo

Sheridan College is partnering with Science Kids again this weekend for Science Saturday. Elementary education student, Jessie Odom, previews this weekend's theme.

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Hill's Case

The Wyoming Supreme Court has agreed to hear the lawsuit filed by state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill.

Hill is suing the state and Gov. Matt Mead over a new law that took away many of her powers and duties.

Representative Madden: Feds Prompted Raising Fuel Tax

At the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday night, State Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, explained the State Legislature's reasoning behind their controversial raising the state's fuel tax, saying rumors out of Washington, D.C. had suggested they do so to maintain Federal money coming back to the state.