Archive - 2013 - News

December 4th

Sheridan College Foundation Welcomes New Director

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Tim Stranksy (Courtesy Photo)

The Sheridan College Foundation Board announced Tuesday the hiring of Tim Stransky as their new executive director. Stransky is a Wyoming native, having grown up in Casper, where he graduated from Natrona County High School in 1978.

December 4th

Buffalo council approves county Re-Subdivision

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, approved Resolution No. 1368, authorizing the Robinson Acres Re-subdivision to allow the separate sale and ownership of the two lots.

Preview of a busy Buffalo weekend

Today:3-2-1 sales, St Luke's Sale, Photos with Santa

Over the next few days we will be looking at the happenings this coming weekend in Buffalo. This weekend features the annual Chili Feed and Christmas Parade, but much, much more is going on as well.

Weather results in short commission meeting

The cold and snowy conditions affected the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting, with many of those scheduled on the agenda unable to make the meeting.

County Amends Floodplain Regulations

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County Commissioner Terry Cram, right, gets animated during a discussion of proposed new floodplain regulations Tuesday. At left is Commission Chairman Steve Maier. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County Commissioners amended proposed flood plain regulations Tuesday (Dec. 3), and will consider adopting the document at their meeting on Dec. 17.

Commission Chairman Steve Maier discussed the amendments after Tuesday's meeting.

Amnesty Week at Local Libraries

(Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

All four of the Sheridan County Public Libraries will be offering a “Food For Fines” Amnesty Week, beginning Sunday, December 8th and running through Saturday, December 14th.

City Gives Final Acceptance of Poplar Grove Phase Two Subdivision

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson (Photo by Ron Richter)

Phase two of the Poplar Grove subdivision in Sheridan has been given the thumbs up by the City. During Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, the Council approved final acceptance of the subdivision. City Engineer Lane Thompson.

UW Researchers Contribute to Significant Recovery

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(Photo Courtesy of the UW)

A husband and wife research team from the University of Wyoming was recently part of a group that made a significant recovery of rocks from the Earth's deepest ocean crust. Geology Professors Michael Cheadle and Barbara John made the discovery in the Pacific Ocean's Hess Deep Rift.

District Two Elects New Chairman of the Board

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Rich Bridger assumed the reins as chairman of Sheridan County School District 2 trustees Monday evening. Ann Perkins was named vice chair, and Wayne Schatz and Marva Craft retained their positions as treasurer and clerk respectively.

December 3rd

Wheeler Retires as High School Principal

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SHS Principal Dirleen Wheeler (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler will wrap up 14 years in the job – and 35 years as an educator – at the end of the academic year next June.