Archive - Sep 8, 2010

State Auditor on Data Center Issue

The state of Wyoming currently contracts with out-of-state firms for data storage, with the most significant data storage requirements coming from the state Auditor's office. Vicci Colgan Deputy State Auditor, says they were required to give an “intent to renew” notice to the firm by September 30th. And although they have given notice, she says.

City To Examine Violations in Sheridan's Flood Plain

Discussion over the Dow pathway in Sheridan highlighted some other problems with the areas surrounding Sheridan's levy system. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says the Army Corps of Engineers built a flood control project a half a century ago.

St. Peter's to Host Music Series

St. Peter's Episcopal Church is implementing a new music series, beginning with a concert at the church this Saturday, September 11th. A favorite of Sheridan audiences, pianist Joshua Wright will be here to play a program called “Amazing Grace – Sacred Hymns with Classical Themes.”

HOME FOOTBALL FOR BIG HORN AND TONGUE RIVER THIS WEEK

THE RAMS OPEN AT HOME WITH BURNS FRIDAY

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams host Burns in their home opener Friday at Sheridan high school, it's hoped in the next few weeks the new football field at the new high school will be ready to have games.

The Rams are coming off a 37-14 win at Greybull last Friday head coach Bert Dow says it way a great way to start off the new year.

They won't have much time to get ready for the Burns game Friday with a short week but most other teams missed a day of workouts this week with Monday being a holiday.