Betsy Love

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$3 Million WYO Grant Takes a Detour

There was some news this week from the Wyoming Business Council regarding a $3 million dollar grant application which was to be used to expand the WYO Theater. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains:

Yellowstone Winter “Hours” Start This Week

Photo: Forbes Traveler

They say there are some things you just can't really understand until you experience it first-hand:

Coming Soon to A Computer Near You!

The Wyoming Business Council is embarking on a project that combines high-tech with the traditional. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

Tuba Christmas Time!

The 11th Annual Tuba Christmas is coming up this Saturday. Ariel Downing, Music Director for the Big Horn High School, explains the “tuba tradition”:

NWCCD Receives "Report Card"

The Northern Wyoming Community College District just received news from the Higher Learning Commission regarding their recent AQIP "check-up" visit, a component of the accreditation process. Sheridan College President Paul Young:

Leveling The "Playing Field" With Fluoride?

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Board system is among the approximately 30% of national water systems that do not add fluoride to their water. This was one of the findings discussed at the SAWS Board meeting Wednesday night.

Lake DeSmet Board Not “Mixing it Up”

The Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board currently consists of both private citizens and elected county commissioners from both Sheridan and Johnson Counties.

Fluoridation Discussion Continues at SAWS

There has been some talk lately about fluoridating local public water supplies. This subject is on the table for Wednesday night's Sheridan Area Water Supply Board meeting. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

Unemployment Benefits: Economic Help or Hindrance?

There are many indicators that the economy is improving, both nationally and in Wyoming. That is, it is improving--except in the area where it probably matters most. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

Alan Simpson Warns of the “Denizens of Darkness”

Though the bi-partisan deficit commission didn't have the 14 votes necessary for their recommendations to automatically go before Congress, it seems likely many of the proposals will still go forward as tentative legislation.

Enzi Supports Deficit Reduction Commission Recommendations

People are split—including the commission team itself—over the final proposals of the bi-partisan “deficit commission.”

Freudenthal--Wolf Weary?

Wyoming's wolves and the ongoing litigation with the federal government over wolf management has been one of the defining issues of Governor Dave Freudenthal's administration.

New NWCCD Trustees Get “Promised In”

Norleen Healy, Bob Leibrich, Scott Ludwig, and Jerry Iekel -- who swore in over the phone -- took their oath of office as the newly elected Northern Wyoming Community College District Trustees last night at Sheridan College. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

Governor Signs “Healthy Frontiers”

Governor Dave Freudenthal signed off this week on the “Healthy Frontiers” plan, a state pilot project geared towards preventative healthcare.

Will Wyoming be Left Off the Broadband Superhighway?

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum continued through Tuesday, and included several presentations regarding Wyoming and technology.

DSA Asks Legislators for Continued Support

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The Downtown Sheridan Association was one of several dozen groups who went before our local legislators this week. John Smith, President of the DSA:

Normative Services Director Resigns

Normative Services Executive Director Bud Patterson resigned earlier this week, effective immediately.

“Yaks Gone Wild”

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Why is everybody pickin' on me?

There are some who pine for fewer feral cats, but that's not what the Johnson County Commissioner's had on their mind when they made their case to our legislative delegation. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

SCC Talk Taxes With Local Legislators

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How capital projects are funded was one of the main concerns of the Sheridan County Commissioners when they presented to our local legislative delegation late Monday.

Emergency Snow Route Alert

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An “Emergency Snow Route Alert” has been issued by the City of Sheridan. Street Maintenance Manager, Pete Husman: