Archive - 2013 - News

November 20th

Veteran Helps Homeless Veterans

Jim Schlenker sat down for an interview in the newsroom. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A local veteran needs help furnishing homes for other veterans.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

IRS Issues Typhoon Scam Warnings

The Internal Revenue Service issued a consumer alert Tuesday about possible scams being launched in the wake of the typhoon that devastated the Philippines.

Commission Postpones Floodplain Discussion, Awards Stumpy Ridge Bid, Amends Lake DeSmet Contract

Steve Maier is the chairman of the Sheridan County Commission.

The Sheridan County Commission did not talk about the flood management plan during Tuesday’s meeting, as some had expected.

College Hosts Brown Bag Seminars

Overcoming Trauma is the focus of a Brown Bag Lunch Seminar today, Nov. 20, at Sheridan College on Main Street in downtown Sheridan.

November 19th

School District Weighs Calendar Options

Superintendent Marty Kobza was a recent guest on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Parents in Sheridan County School District 1 will have a chance to comment on the district's proposed calendar for the 2014/15 school year in the coming weeks.

Buffalo Approves Amended MOU for NW Pipeline

Buffalo's City Council approved an additional Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the city and Johnson County on the NW Water Pipeline Project for additional design and easement acquisition costs on the project.

Gillette Choir Performs in Buffalo

Energy City Voices, from Gillette College, will be performing at Buffalo High School's auditorium this Thursday, November 21st beginning at 7 o'clock.

Johnson County OKs Lake DeSmet Agreement Amendment

The Johnson County Commissioners have approved Chairman Delbert Eitel to sign an amended agreement between themselves and Sheridan County concerning Lake DeSmet, once the agreement is received from the Sheridan County Commission.

Superintendent Sues Over Public Records

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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill (Courtesy Photo)

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill has asked the court to assist her in her effort to collect public records. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

State Representative Weighs in on Sternberg Resignation

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State Representative Mike Madden (Courtesy Photo)

State Representative Mike Madden was the guest on Tuesday's Public Pulse program on News Talk 9-30 K-R-O-E. Host Kim Love asked Madden to give his opinion on the recent resignation of University of Wyoming President Bob Sternberg.