Archive - 2013 - News

October 7th

Cleaning Up the Mess

(Photo by Sarah Richter)

The cleanup from last week's snowstorm continues, as crews with the City of Sheridan as well as many residents have been busy cleaning up the mess from the many downed trees in the area.

Council to Receive Cap Tax Presentation Tonight

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council will be receiving a presentation tonight at their regularly scheduled meeting that will focus on the Capital Facilities Tax. The renewal of the tax will be determined by Sheridan County voters on November 5th.

October 6th

Bombs Away!

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Sunday, the Sheridan College Veterans Club sponsored its COMBAT Color Fun Run. Participants dressed in white t-shirts, could either run three miles or walk a mile and a quarter, but either way, enemy combatants met them and attacked with colored powder.

Matter's What Matters

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Ada Newbrough, Megan Flint, and Karyn Bloom

A slew of elementary wanna-be scientists participated in this month's Science Saturday, held in Sheridan College's science center. This month's topic was all about matter. Rob Milne helped coordinate the event.

The Poll Question of the Week

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It will soon be a week since the government shut down and next, the United States may begin defaulting on its bills unless the debt ceiling is raised. Who's at fault...President Obama, the Republicans, the Democrats or all three? Is there even room for any kind of compromise?

BHS Drama To Perform 'The Three Musketeers'

Buffalo High School's Drama Department will be performing their version of “The Three Musketeers” this Friday and Saturday at Buffalo High School.

First Winter Storm Creates Havoc In Buffalo Area

The first big snow storm to hit the area late last week had wide-spread and varying effects in Buffalo and Johnson County.

Buffalo Council Approves Pipeline Change

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook brought the first change order from the NW Water Pipeline project before the city council for their consideration at their last meeting.

Hook said the change order deals with some of the easement problems associated with the line, and he explained

Wyoming Court OKs Phone Approvals for DUI Testing

The Wyoming Supreme Court has endorsed a 2011 state law allowing judges to grant authority to police over the telephone to force motorists to submit to DUI testing.

College President Says Veterans Won't Be Forced Out

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President Sternberg

The president of the state's university says no students who are veterans will be forced to drop out because of the federal government shutdown.