Archive - Nov 26, 2010

Time To Hit the Slopes! Meadowlark Ski Resort Opens Early

Though they originally planned to open sometime in December, there has been a change of plans concerning Meadowlark Ski Resort, says Holli Jones, co-owner of Meadowlark:

Are the new full body scan & pat down procedures being implemented by the TSA appropriate security measures?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
42% (201 votes)
56% (267 votes)
No Opinion
3% (12 votes)
Total votes: 480

Thanksgiving on Thurmond

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What do three turkeys and a pilgrim have in common?

Thomas Wyman Changes Plea

42-year-old Thomas Wyman changed his plea to Guilty on several counts in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday. Per a plea agreement with the State, one of the seven counts was dismissed and two were amended to misdemeanor status.


SHERIDAN LIONS CLUB BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college basketball teams will be the hosts for the annual Sheridan Lions club tournament games will be today and tomorrow at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00 and 7:00.

The Lady Generals will host Gillette, Little Big Horn and Fort Carson Academy Head coach Frank McCarthy says it's great to have a chance to play more games at home.

Alycia Vince and The Tunes About Town

Note: Due to illness, Alycia will not be at Lucinda's on Sunday.

Ready To Stroll in Downtown Sheridan

The 15th Annual Christmas Stroll will get underway later today in downtown Sheridan with festive entertainment and great deals from local businesses.

Work To Begin On Big Goose Highway in the Spring

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to Intermountain Construction and Materials of Gillette for a project on Big Goose Highway. The project will get underway in the spring of 2011 and is expected to be completed by fall of 2011.

Cyber Monday is Coming Soon

Cyber Monday has become quite popular nationwide in this day and age of technology, and it's coming to this upcoming Monday. Auction Administrator Julie Chadwick explains.

Update on Buffalo's Wastewater Plant

Buffalo's new wastewater treatment plant is still under construction, and substantial completion has not been reached, but States West Engineer Brook Stromer told the city council last week he expects it to be reached soon.