After months of discussions, studies, surveys of parents, students, teachers and staff, the Johnson County School Board approved the calendar and schedule for Kaycee's K-12 school to move to a four-day week beginning with the 2014-15 school year.
Jennifer Haskins and Mary McCorkle, with the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA), spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting on their Mission and Vision Statement, gave some examples of what the BDA will be doing this year to improve the downtown corridor, and to have the Mayor sign the agreement with the Main Street Program.
The lilting trills of a wooden flute and penny whistle just may carry listeners away, across the heather on the hills of Ireland, today when the Celtic Sage group takes the stage at the Sheridan Senior Center.
An overnight storm, Monday to Tuesday, that dropped about a half a foot of snow in eight hours in parts of Sheridan County is to blame for the power outage that knocked out electricity to 6,300 customers of Montana-Dakota Utilities for up to three hours early yesterday morning.
During a subcommittee hearing Tuesday on single-payer health care systems, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, stated that the Affordable Care Act was designed to fail and push America towards a government-run plan.
As part of the Alternative Break program, students with the University of Wyoming will spend their spring break working on projects ranging from assisting homeless youth in San Francisco to conservation efforts in Trinidad.