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February 2nd, 2012

City of Sheridan Receives Thumbs Up on State Loan

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan received some good news Thursday from the State in regards to phase two of the Wyoming Park project. The SLIB Board approved a $2.4 million drinking water state revolving fund loan with a principle forgiveness of $1.2 million.

Groundhog Day in Wyoming: Whistle Pigs & Lander Lil

White-tailed prairie dog

In Pennsylvania this morning at about 7:25 Eastern Time, Punxsutawney Phil saw his own shadow, meaning that the master long-term forecaster predicted six more weeks of winter for the entire country.

Common Core Sent to Public Review

A report released this week says that Wyoming isn't cutting it when it comes to science curriculum -- this while the state prepares to accept new common core standards.

Wyo Kids Count Report Out Friday

The Wyoming Kid's Count annual report that aims to illustrate the well-being of Wyoming's children with data in several categories will be released Friday.

SC President Has His Eyes on the State Budget

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

With the 61st Wyoming Legislative session set to begin in a little over a week, there are many agencies and municipalities that are anxious to see how things play out with this year being a budget session.

Sheridan County Snowpack Looks Good

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A map of the various snotel sits that measure snowpack around Wyoming.

The first Sheridan County snowpack report of the water year has been released and the early outlook for the Tongue and Clear Creek drainages is very promising.

Backcountry Film Festival Friday At BHS

The Wyoming Wilderness Association along with the Winter Wildlands Alliance, will present a backcountry Film Festival Friday at Buffalo High School's Auditorium beginning at 6 pm.

Buffalo Mayor: State Of the City Will Improve with Cooperation

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo's annual State of the City Address was presented at this month's Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday, to an estimated crowd of around fifty people.

St. Francis Animal Shelter Needs Board Members, Volunteers

Olin Turner

Buffalo's St. Francis Animal Shelter will have three openings this year for their shelter board, and are taking applications for those interested in volunteering their time and efforts.

February 1st

SCF Receives Gift From Uranium One

Donna Wichers with Uranium One and Sheridan College President Paul Young hold the big $50,000 check.

Uranium One, one of the world's largest publicly traded uranium producers based in Casper, presented a $50,000 check to the Sheridan College Foundation Wednesday.