Archive - News

June 11th, 2013

Hill Offers to Give Up Two Staff Positions

Posted in

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill is offering to return more than $100,000 in funding to the Wyoming Department of Education.

NW Pipeline Project Nearing End Of Easement Process

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, at the last city council meeting, updated them on the progress of acquiring easements for the NW Water Pipeline Project, saying all but two easements have been negotiated and signed.

Larry Steele Team Roping This Weekend In Buffalo

Image courtesy Facebook.

The Fifth Annual Larry Steele Bighorn Classic Team Roping Event is Coming to the Johnson County Fairgrounds this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Chamber Lunch Goes High-Tech

Posted in

The Chamber of Commerce is highlighting technology in the Cowboy State this month. Chamber CEO, Dixie Johnson, gives a preview of the guest speaker at Wednesday's luncheon.

Is This the Future of Family Communication? Or Will Some Remain Committed Luddites?

Posted in
Communication may be even more vital among family members when you live in Wyoming, the lowest populated state in the country.
 

Barrasso Critical of Fracking Regs

Posted in

Wyoming Senator, John Barrasso, spoke out this week to question the Bureau of Land Management about their reasons for introducing extensive new laws regarding hydraulic fracturing for oil and natural gas.

June 10th

Cross Your Heart, Wear Your Seat Belt

Cross Your Heart, Wear Your Seat Belt (Stock photo)

The Northern Cheyenne Tribal Transportation Department has started a new campaign this month, as pow wow season begins, hoping to increase seat belt use across all American Indian reservations in the region.

Sheridan Planning Commission Discusses Revising City's PUD Ordinance

Sheridan Planning Commission Discusses Revising City's PUD Ordinance (Photo by Chris Foy)

Just before their meeting Monday night, the Sheridan City Planning Commission met with the Orion Planning Group's Joanne Garnett as she presented a potential draft version of a revised planned unit development ordinance. Garnett explains.

Planning Commission OK's Cloud Peak Ranch Rezone, Plat

Planning Commission OK's Cloud Peak Ranch Rezone, Plat (Photos by Chris Foy)

Following comments from neighbors opposed to the motion, the Sheridan City Planning Commission on Monday recommended approval of a rezone at Cloud Peak Ranch 16 from an R-1 residential district to an R-3 residential district. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

A Test of Endurance

Posted in
(Photo by Stan Woinoski)

Runners from all over the globe will be converging on the Bighorn Mountains later this week, as the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run will begin Friday.