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April 29th, 2013

NWCCD Board Votes to Move Forward with Bond Issue

NWCCD Board Votes to Move Forward with Bond Issue (Photo by Chris Foy)

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees approved a bond issue Monday that would renovate and expand upon the existing Technical Education Center at Sheridan College. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

Letter from the Public: Former SC Body President, RA Speaks Out

In light of all the recent press Sheridan College has been receiving, I thought I might take an opportunity to share my own experiences.

City Councilor Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Charge

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Ward 1 Sheridan City Councilwoman Shelleen Smith had her initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Monday for the charge of Driving Under the Influence. Smith did not actually appear in Court, as a written not guilty plea was submitted to the Court by her attorney.

Storm Spotter Training Session is Thursday

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The National Weather Service Office in Billings, Montana, in cooperation with the Sheridan County Emergency Management Agency will be conducting a SKYWARN spotter training session in Sheridan this Thursday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

It's Time For Vendors to Register for Third Thursday

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The Downtown Sheridan Association has opened registration for vendors interested in this year's Third Thursday Street Festivals in Downtown Sheridan.

Survey Reveals Costs of Substance Abuse

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The Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center (WYSAC) estimates substance abuse in Wyoming costs the state more than $840 million annually.

Wyoming Hosts Most Diesel Trucks Per Capita

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The Diesel Technology Forum reports Wyoming has the highest percentage of diesel pickup trucks in the nation.

Wyoming Examines Workers' Safety

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Today marks Wyoming Workers Memorial Day, and this year, the state will be honoring the 23 workers who lost their lives on the job last year.

Sens. Barrasso, Enzi Fight Rewrite of Stream Buffer Zone Rule

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U.S. Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi have introduced legislation to fight a rule change by the U.S. Department of the Interior they say could have a sizable impact on the coal industry in the region.

Buffalo Plans to Expand City Water Service

(photo by Ron Richter)

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council Passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1362, which will lift the moratorium on municipal water sales to those outside the city limits.

City Attorney Ben Kirven explains the Ordinance further.