Archive - 2012

December 20th

Senator Enzi Nominates Sheridan Student to U.S. Service Academies

Sheridan student Paul Stadick made Wyoming U.S. Senator Mike Enzi's list of nominees to the United States service academies for 2013. Stadick received nominations to the Air Force, Military and Naval Academies. Seth Hostetler of Buffalo was nominated for the Air Force Academy.

NWCCD Receives American Association of Community Colleges Grant

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The Northern Wyoming Community College District received word this week that they've received a Plus 50 Encore Completion Program grant from the American Association of Community Colleges.

Annual Fetterman Fight Tour Friday At Fort Kearny

The annual Anniversary Tour of the Fetterman Fight is scheduled for Friday, December 21st at the site of the battle.

Wednesday 12-19-12

County Commissioners / Congressman Cynthia Lummis

Is gun violence in America a problem that needs to be addressed?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
56% (380 votes)
41% (278 votes)
3% (23 votes)
Total votes: 681

Looking back at some of the more interesting stories of Wyoming’s 2012

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For a state whose destiny is linked to energy prices, the year 2012 in Wyoming was turbulent.

Looking back on the past 12 months, the biggest news story affecting the most people in Wyoming is the fall of energy prices, which resulted in steep declines in tax revenue.

December 19th


BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams will play Buffalo tonight the boys game will be in Buffalo while the girls play in Sheridan both games tip at 7:00 and can be heard live, the Lady Broncs will be on 14-10 KWYO and the Broncs on 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

The new state girls basketball rankings are out for the week the Sheridan Lady Broncs remain number one in 4-A and the Tongue River Lady Eagles have taken the top spot in the 2-A poll.

Johnson County Moving Forward On Lake DeSmet Issues

At their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners discussed various issues concerning Lake DeSmet, the closing down of the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition and the lease with Wyoming Game and Fish.

Buffalo City Council Considers Sewer Rate Increase

Although no action was taken to either approve or dismiss a rate increase, the Buffalo City Council, at their meeting Tuesday evening, Discussed the possibility and the reasoning behind a sewer rate increase in the coming months.