The State of Wyoming Abandoned Mine Lands division is in the middle of a project to rehabilitate the Kleenburn Recreation Area near Acme. Part of the project will force the closure of the Acme highway for a while. The AML is going to finish their working on sealing the old Kearney Mine. Sheridan County Engineer Ken Muller explains what that will entail.
The 2nd annual Matthew Perkins Memorial Scholarship fundraiser is coming up this Friday night in Sheridan. The fundraiser helps Sheridan High School students travel abroad. Matt's mother, Jane Perkins says the event will have something for everyone.
The 2nd annual Bandana Barn Dance to benefit Volunteers of America of Wyoming and Montana will take place Saturday September 19th at Pam and Win Phillips' Winfield Ranch in Banner. VOA President Jeff Holisinger says that along with dancing, dinner and music, there will be some nice items up for auction as well.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has used part of the stimulus funds to install large monitors in workforce centers around the state. Workforce Services Director Joan Evans explains how job seekers will benefit from these monitors.
You've heard the expression, "if it's too good to be true, it probably is." But in this case, "it" is true. Cash is available to those in the 65-plus set and to people with disabilities, and it's worth up to $900 for married couples.
Sheridan College is setting records for the number of students enrolled this year. There will be a more than 25 percent increase in students attending their first classes today, yet the Northern Wyoming Community College District had to cut their budget by nearly 10 percent this year. Vice President of Student Affairs Dr.
The building that used to be Bubba's Barbecue was turned into the Sheridan County Museum in 2006. The Museum is an ongoing process that has kept Curator Dana Prater very busy for the last couple of years. Yesterday was the last day of the Community Appreciation Days.
The Sheridan County Museum is located at 850 Sibley Circle.
Every year for three days the Fairgrounds lay host to the Elk's Youth Rodeo. This Elk's Youth Rodeo is one of the most competitive in the country, youth come to Sheridan to compete from all over the mid-west.
It has been six days since the late Ted Kennedy past away, leaving the question if he will go down in history as one of the nations greatest senators or as the man who did not report the Chappaquiddick incident.
The 2009 Health Fair in Sheridan will take place two weeks from today at Sheridan College. Sheridan Memorial Hospital Marketing Manager Danae Brandjord says the Health Fair is a great opportunity for those who took part in the recent blood draws at the hospital.
Hunters will have lots of opportunity to hunt this fall in northeast Wyoming. Mild winters combined with good fawn production has resulted in white-tailed deer and pronghorn populations being higher than desired in some areas. 2009 pronghorn and white-tailed deer seasons are designed to reduce these populations.
Senator John Barrasso,one of two doctors in the Senate, says health insurance reform can be achieved without the massive overhaul being proposed. The Wyoming Republican was part of a GOP town hall yesterday with members of Louisiana's congressional delegation.
CHEYENNE, (AP) - Legislative leaders from 15 states say they will attend the energy symposium in Jackson that Wyoming state government is sponsoring this fall. House Speaker Colin Simpson, sponsored legislation to fund the symposium scheduled for October 25-27 in Jackson. He says he's pleased that representatives from all the states that were invited have agreed to attend.
LARAMIE, (AP) - The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $366 million budget request for 2011-12. The amount is the same as 2009-10 budget, less the budget cuts made in June. The Wyoming Legislature will have final say on the university budget during its budget session beginning next February.
Three young men charged with 1st Degree Murder made their initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court on Thursday afternoon. The defendants are 19-year-old Dennis Poitra, 16-year-old Wyatt Bear Cloud, and 15-year-old Dharminder Vir Sen. Both Bear Cloud and Vir Sen are being charged as adults.
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