Archive - News

November 20th, 2013

Buffalo Approves Amended MOU for NW Pipeline

Buffalo's City Council approved an additional Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the city and Johnson County on the NW Water Pipeline Project for additional design and easement acquisition costs on the project.

Superintendent Sues Over Public Records

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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill has asked the court to assist her in her effort to collect public records. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

State Representative Weighs in on Sternberg Resignation

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State Representative Mike Madden was the guest on Tuesday's Public Pulse program on News Talk 9-30 K-R-O-E. Host Kim Love asked Madden to give his opinion on the recent resignation of University of Wyoming President Bob Sternberg.

Montana Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnap of Wyoming Girl

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CODY, Wyo. (AP) - A Montana nature photographer has been sentenced to life in prison after he pleaded guilty to kidnapping and sexually abusing an 10-year-old girl in Wyoming.

Governor's Business Forum is Underway

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Governor Matt Mead's 2nd annual Business Forum got underway Tuesday at Little America in Cheyenne. The forum is an opportunity to highlight successful businesses in the state and to bring together leaders to discuss job creation and expansion of the the economy.

Students Say They're the Change

A group of students at Sheridan High School are working together to bring about positive changes.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

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Stroll Features Hay, Trolley Rides

Sheridan area residents and visitors can ride the Sheridan trolley, take an old-fashioned hay ride and get a head start on their Christmas shopping on Friday, Nov. 29, during the annual Christmas Stroll downtown.

School Officials Take Tougher Cyberbullying Stance

Sheridan County School District 2 is seeking a state law this week authorizing intervention by law enforcement in cases of cyberbullying.

New CHAPS Director Settles In

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Longtime director of the Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership program Sue Suddith has taken a position in Jackson, Wyoming, to work for a program similar to CHAPS. New Executive Director Amber Roberson says that she's no stranger to the non-profit.

Pantry Needs Turkeys

The local food pantry in Sheridan is in need of donations.

Here's News Director Leslie Stramoen with the report.
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