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November 6th, 2012

SD#2 Approves $50K for SEEDA Study Redo

The Sheridan County School District #2 board of trustees approved a request from Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Chair, Dr. Paul Young, for an additional $50,000 in grant funds to build upon a Target Industries Study from 2007.

Dayton Town Council Endorses Drip System

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Dayton Town Council has again arranged for its residents to take preventative measures to prevent their household water pipes from freezing this winter. Mayor, Bob Wood, explains.

November 5th

Buffalo Council To File Grant Application For Pipeline

At their meeting Tuesday afternoon, Buffalo's City Council will discuss and likely approve Resolution No. 1349 which will allow the city to pursue further funding for the NW Water Pipeline Project from the Wyoming Water Development Commission, or WWDC.

Johnson County Information For Election Day

Today Is Tuesday, November 6, Election Day throughout our country, so be sure to get out and exercise your right to vote and make your voice heard.

Polls in Johnson County open this morning at 7am and will remain open until 7pm tonight.

Johnson County Commission Meeting Changed To Wednesday

Johnson County's Commissioners have moved their regular meeting from today to tomorrow, Wednesday November 7th because of the election happening today.

North Main Development Sees Final Approval by City Council

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President of the North Main Association in Sheridan and prospective city councilor Shelleen Smith presented the results from a study to the City Council Monday night before the group's strategic plan was unanimously approved (poto courtesy of shelleensmith.cm).

The Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to approve the North Main Development Strategic Plan Monday night after the plan was recommended by the Planning Commission on October 22.

City Council Approves Fire and Building Code Adoptions

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Members of the Sheridan City Council donned fake mustaches in recognition of November as "Movember" - men's health awareness month (photo by Chris Foy).

The Sheridan City Council approved two ordinances that involve adoptions to both the city's fire and building codes Monday night.

Nearly 2/3 of Wyo. Statehouse Candidates Unopposed

Nearly 2/3 of Wyo. Statehouse Candidates Unopposed

Nearly two-thirds of the candidates for the Wyoming Legislature are unopposed in Tuesday's election.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported Monday 48 candidates for 75 seats in the House and Senate have no opponents. That's 64 percent of the total.

Number of Registered Voters Up From Last Year

Have your voice counted on Election Day. If you haven't yet registered, look up and visit your polling place between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. tomorrow.

On the eve of Election Day, it looks like the numbers of registered voters in the state are up by almost nine percent, compared to last year.

Ranchester Kids Learn Life Skills

Jon Oliver, executive director of Lesson One Company, demonstrates self-control by blowing bubbles around Sara Struckman and her first grade class. The students treat the bubbles the way bullies should be treated--they are ignored. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Jon Oliver, executive director of Lesson One Company, demonstrates self-control by blowing bubbles around Sara Struckman and her first grade class. The students treat the bubbles the way bullies should be treated--they are ignored. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Jon Oliver, executive director of Lesson One Company, uses an expanding ball to help students of Sara Struckman's first grade class practice self-control. The students do their best to mimmick the movements of the ball. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The students at Tongue River Elementary School have undergone a drastic attitude makeover, thanks to a grant from the Wyoming Department of Education.