Archive - Apr 5, 2013 - News

Sheridan College Pondering Election for Tech Center

In a media release issued by Sheridan College Friday, it states that College President Paul Young may ask the College Board of Trustees to consider a special election as early as August to fund the renovation and expansion of the current Technical Education Center on the college's main campus.

Soldier Ridge Trail Opens Tomorrow

The Sheridan Community Land Trust announced this afternoon the Soldier Ridge Trail will open to the public for non-motorized recreation starting tomorrow.

Mead: No Recourse For Lost Funds

Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, said Friday that Wyoming will have to adjust to the loss of Abandoned Mine Land funds and mineral royalties seized by federal entities in an effort to address sequestration.

Bowls Filled, Shelter Funded

Volunteers of America of the Northern Rockies held its annual “Filling an Empty Bowl” fundraiser last night at the Sheridan County YMCA. Those that attended were able to enjoy a variety of soups in a handmade bowl that they were able to take home at the end of the night.

Buffalo Police To Hire New Officer

The Buffalo City Council, at this week's meeting, heard an update from Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder on incidents during the month of February.

Commissioners Proclaim April 'Month Of The Military Child'

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting earlier this week, signed a proclamation designating April as the “Month of the Military Child” in Johnson County.

Madden: Many Interim Committee Meetings In Buffalo

State Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday night meeting, addressing a number of subjects but concluded by saying a number of Legislative Interim Committee meetings will be held in Buffalo this year, which should be a positive boost for the area.

Sen. Barrasso Opposes Greenhouse Gas 'Litmus Test'

Posted in

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.