Archive - Apr 6, 2012

Buffalo RC Club Gets Nod For Use Of City-Owned Airstrip

The Buffalo City Council approved a local radio-controlled modeler's organization to use an existing city-owned model plane airstrip for their club's use.

TR, BH Football Coaches Among Positions Approved by SCSD1

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees approved multiple certified and extra duty positions during a meeting Friday morning in Ranchester, including head football coaches for Big Horn and Tongue River high schools.

Happy Easter

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A flower display just inside the front doors of Albertson's on Good Friday provides the background for this message of the season. "Happy Easter" from the staff at Sheridan Media.

Team Wyoming’s National Hockey Tournament

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The Team Wyoming Pee Wee Hockey Team recently competed in the National Championship Tournament near Washington DC. In addition to playing against some very talented teams from across the country, this opportunity of a lifetime included the experience of discovering American national treasures and the American history that affords them the freedom to play hockey in this greatest nation on earth.

Public Pulse - Thursday 04/05/12

Sheridan Rec District / C.J. Box

Watch Out Spring Here We Come

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Looks like Dave Lawson has hung up his ice skates and shifted over to Whitney Commons where his well cared for crocus are poking through the mulch in front of the Whitney Commons sign across the street from the library. Dave, who works for Sheridan Ice at the Ice Rink during the winter months, is often seen working the grounds of Whitney Commons after the skating season.

Is President Obama primarily responsible for the recent rise in the price of gasoline?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
53% (285 votes)
44% (235 votes)
3% (14 votes)
Total votes: 534

Republican Group Wants More Push For Wilderness Protection

(WY News Service) -- A Republican group is working to cross party lines and make environmental issues less of a partisan issue but is having trouble gaining traction with a series of proposed legislation.

SC Announces Traffic Changes Due To Academic Center Construction

Sheridan College will close the area surrounding the current Whitney Building and also the exit near the armory beginning Monday, April 9 while the new Edward A Whitney Academic Center is built.