Archive - Nov 17, 2011

NWCCD Receives Unqualified Opinion on Audit

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting Thursday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this report.

2012 Community Calenders Now Available for Purchase

The 2012 Sheridan Media, Photo Imaging Center and Sheridan County Historical Society Community Calender Contest was once again well received this year as there were nearly 400 entries. Photo Imaging Center Marketing Manger Ashley Koltiska.

Several Holiday Bazaars This Weekend

There will be multiple holiday bazaars this weekend as organizations across town sell holiday crafts.

Osborne Sentenced to Life Without Parole

Convicted murderer Shawn Osborne was sentenced to life without parole Thursday in 4th Judicial District Court.

Motivational Speaker Says Coach Should Realize Times Have Changed

Motivational speaker and anti-bullying advocate Michael Pritchard spoke in Sheridan Monday and later commented on the recent resignation of Pat Lynch as head coach of the Buffalo High School football program.

Yellowstone Considering Old Faithful Lodging Improvement Plan

Yellowstone National Park is considering a proposal to improve both visitor and employee lodging near Old Faithful and is asking for public input before moving forward.


BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - We made a stop to Sheridan high school yesterday to look into the Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball practices and talked with the coaches as they get ready for the season opener December 2nd against Green River.

Sean Yeager enters his first year as the Head coach of the Lady Bronc program and year after they made it to the 4-A title game losing in overtime to Gillette.

The Lady Broncs have three starters back and Yeager says they have started well this week.

Can PAWS Test Measure Teacher Performance?

CHEYENNE (AP) - Wyoming Superintendent Cindy Hill and a consultant are offering differing views on whether the state's annual public school assessment exam can be used to hold educators more accountable.

Buffalo, Jo Co Agree to Move Forward With Joint Engineer

The Johnson County Commissioners and the Buffalo City Council heard final proposals from City Planner Zach Montgomery and County Planner Rob Yingling at their meetings Tuesday and both entities decided to back the hiring of a joint city/county engineer.