Archive - Dec 13, 2012

NWCCD Board Approves Plan for Financing the Thorne-Rider Student Center

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a plan for obtaining financing for the Thorne-Rider Student Center at Thursday's meeting.

First Ever 4-H Expo Will be Jan. 26

At Thursday's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association's Board of Trustees, board members discussed upcoming events and possible plans for future growth.


Thursday, December 13th:

Sheridan Broncs beat the Union Cougars 52-48.

Lady Broncs beat Star Valley 47-33.

Friday, December 14th:

Sheridan Broncs beat Rock Springs 64-60

Saturday, December 15th:

Sheridan Broncs lost to Star Valley 59-30.

Lady Broncs beat the Lady Cougars 55-26.

WYDOT Webcam Offers Unique View of Antelope Butte

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation recently installed two webcams, one on U.S. Highway 14, and the other on U.S. Highway 16. The webcam on Highway 14 offers several different views of the Antelope Butte ski area.

Wyoming Attorney Discusses “Most Dangerous Toys” List

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A blowtorch, asbestos and uranium. Children’s toys with those features or ingredients are on a new list of the “10 Most Dangerous Toys of All Time,” from the American Association for Justice.

Arraignment Set for Man Charged in Cody Abduction

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CODY, Wyo. (AP) - A Montana man charged with kidnapping and sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl from Cody is set for arraignment in district court later this month. Jesse P.

Representative Lummis Comments on Impending Fiscal Cliff

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U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis joined fellow Republican members of the House on the floor this week to discuss the impending fiscal cliff, the failure of the Democratic Senate to put forth a budget and the room still left for compromise.

Jurors Called to District Court

The Sheridan County District Court has announced a jury trial is scheduled for Monday.

City Studies Railroad Rerouting

The City of Sheridan has recently considered building additional railroad tracks in order to re-route coal trains around, instead of through, the heart of town.

Forward Sheridan Touts Small Business Job Openings

Sheridan's very young population is growing, as evidenced by record high numbers of kindergarten enrollment in the public school system.