Archive - 2012

January 18th

This Cheer's for You

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Aliya, Carleigh, Mary and Hanna, shown here, and Hayle, Kaya, Kynlee, Chloe, Miah, Lilan, Bailey, & McKayla of the "Little Eagle Cheerleaders" invite you to come watch them cheer for the Eagles and Lady Eagles of Tongue River HIgh School. The girls range from 1st grade through the 5th grade.

Cost of Living Formula Switch Could Mean Cuts for District 1

Legislation could change the formula the state uses to calculate cost of living adjustment for school districts. Cost of living determines how school districts are funded each year to pay teachers, and the change could mean cuts for 31 districts across the state, including Sheridan County School District 1.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 01/17/12

D.A. Davidson's Fred Dickson

Sheridan County School District 1 January Board Report

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees met for their regular meeting Tuesday night in Big Horn.

SCLT Announces Headwaters of McCormick Creek Protection

Sheridan Community Land Trust announced Monday the protection of a donated conservation easement: the Headwaters of McCormick Creek, a ranch donated by Charlie Hart of the Big Horn area.

Sheridan Senior Center to Apply for CDBG Grant

The Sheridan Senior Center will apply for a Community Development Block Grant from the state to conduct a site specific feasibility of the existing Senior Center facility. The Sheridan County Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday sponsoring the grant application.

East 5th Street Corridor Workshop

The development of the East 5th Street Corridor Plan is a project sponsored by th City of Sheridan, Sheridan County, and WYDOT.

Buffalo/Jo Co JC JPB Opens Bids For Work at Old Jail

The Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center Joint Powers Board had their meeting Tuesday afternoon and opened bids for work to fix problems at the old jail.
The building will be renovated and repaired to possibly be used by Volunteers of America or other entities for office space.

Buffalo Council Awards Bid To Nelson Engineering

At their meeting Tuesday evening, Buffalo's City Council awarded the bid for engineering of the high-pressure water supply line to the city's schools to Nelson Engineering of Buffalo.