Archive - 2013 - News

September 28th

Lubnau Questions Document Dump by Superintendent

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming House Speaker Tom Lubnau says state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill isn't cooperating with a special committee's investigation into her management of the Wyoming Education Department.

Season Opener for Civic Theater Guild

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(Photo by Kara Bacon)

The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild opened their season Friday night with the play “God of Carnage”. Director Matt Davis says that the small cast fits the mold of the Carriage House Theater where the production takes place.

Workshops Teach Self Reliance And Defense

Self reliance, self esteem and self defense will all be taught during the upcoming Empower Wyoming workshops. They'll be held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of next month.

Wyoming Business Council Asks For funding increase

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The Wyoming Business Council is making a case for more money so it can help attract companies to the state and promote other economic development efforts.

September 27th

Training Video Available For Brucellosis Testing

A video demonstrating the proper collection of a blood sample to test for brucellosis is available at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s website, wgfd.wyo.gov.

Coffeen Elementary Named State Blue Ribbon School

Scott Stults, Sheridan County School District 2 director of elementary education. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Coffeen Elementary School is a 2013 Wyoming Blue Ribbon School based on significant achievements by its students in statewide tests administered under the federal Leave No Child Behind Program.

Child Symposium Draws Caregivers From Across the State

Organizers of a symposium on early childhood development that was held yesterday and today at Sheridan College were encouraged by the support received by people from across the state.

Wyoming's U.S. Senators Criticize Missile Silo Study

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Wyoming's U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso are urging Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to back away from a plan to study the possible elimination of intercontinental ballistic missile silos.

Clearmont Officials Outline Cap Tax Projects

Clearmont will spend $45,000 on utility mapping, and $18,000 to replace valve boxes and gutters if Sheridan County voters approve continuation of the one-cent capital facilities tax in November.

Dayton Officials Look At New Floodplain Measures

Members of Dayton's Planning Board reviewed state and Sheridan County floodplain revisions in a meeting this week as city officials put together a new floodplain ordinance for its residents by the end of the year.