Archive - News

December 9th

Mead: Implications of EPA Data Require Best Science

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the Environmental Protection Agency's study on Pavillion wells is "scientifically questionable", and is calling for more in-depth study of the practice, according to a media release from the governor's office.

December 8th

WWDC Offers Public Comment on Buffalo NW Water Project

John Wade, with the Wyoming Water Devolopment Commission, was at the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday to offer the public a chance to comment on the proposed Buffalo NW Water Supply Project.

Estimates Lower on Jo Co Library Expansion Property

Estimates done on the property just north of the Johnson County Library have come back substantially lower than the price being asked by the property owner, according to members of the Library Board, who gave the results to the County Commissioners at their meeting earlier this week.

Early Bird Tickets for Big Horn Mt. Fest On Sale Now

Coming up in July of 2012 is the Eighth Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo, and early bird tickets are now on sale through January 8.

Cowboy Christmas Poetry Friday at SCJC

Friday evening, Sheridan College in Johnson County will host the second annual Cowboy Christmas Poetry event at their campus on South Main Street in Buffalo.

A Guitar Christmas Tour

Posted in

The Big Horn High School “Guitar Class” took a Christmas tour out to the Westview Healthcare Center Thursday afternoon, much to the delight of the senior citizens who live there.

Getting the Word Out

Posted in

The Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns held a holiday open house Thursday evening at their building located next to the library on Alger Street.

Christmas in Our Home Town

Posted in
"Now, go find your parents."

Thursday night family and friends gathered in the Big Horn High School gym for the annual Big Horn Elementary School's Christmas program.

House Hunters Film in Sheridan

House Hunters Film in Sheridan (Photo Courtesy of House Hunters

Crews from the HGTV recently spent some time filming in Sheridan for an upcoming episode of their hit show House Hunters. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Story Hatchery Distributes Brood Fish

Jennifer Meienke,  Story Hatchery Fish Culturist, with a lake trout.  (Photo Courtesy of the G&F)

Anglers in northeast Wyoming will have a good opportunity to catch some large lake and brook trout this winter as Story Fish Hatchery personnel are in the process of stocking nearly 100 lake trout in Gillette Fishing lake and another 100 into Black Hills Power and Light Pond near Osage.