Archive - Nov 11, 2010 - News

SCJC Hosts Business After Hours

Sheridan College in Johnson County hosted a Business After Hours Thursday night to showcase what the college is offering the community and also to highlight one of the college's new educational tools.

Freudenthal: Education System Still Needs Work

To say that Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal has had issues with the State's education system is probably a gross understatement. Freudenthal says that the results from the recent General Election is a clear indication that his concerns are echoed by many.

Style Show Features Fashions, Hair and Gift Ideas

Coming up this weekend in Buffalo is a Style Show, sponsored by the Hen House Salon.

20th Annual Community Holiday Dinner is Fast Approaching

The 20th Annual Community Holiday Dinner in Sheridan will take place the first Sunday in December. A week from Saturday there will be a food drive at Albertson's, Safeway, Wal-Mart and Warehouse Market from 10 am to 1 pm.

Corner Stores Vanishing in Wyoming

A quick run to the corner store is an errand no longer possible in many rural areas of Wyoming as small grocery stores are disappearing. And while Sheridan may not be considered a rural area, Bino's Grocery did close their doors earlier this year after many years of service in the community.

Veteran's Day observed in Buffalo

Veterans and their sacrifices made for this country were celebrated in Buffalo Thursday morning.

A color guard parade began the ceremonies at 11 am, followed by the Invocation and Pledge Of Allegiance led by Nels Lofgren, a former Sgt. in the US Air Force.

Veterans Honored at VA Ceremony

At 11 o'clock sharp in the VA Medical Center Auditorium Thursday morning, veterans were honored in the 2010 Veterans Day ceremony. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the report.

“Done to Death” at Sheridan High School

Opening curtain is tonight for the Fall Play at Sheridan High School, produced by the SHS Drama Club.

Archery Season in City Limits

For the 4th season, the City of Sheridan Police Department and the Game and Fish Regional Office in Sheridan have teamed up to allow archery hunting in many areas of the Sheridan City limits and surrounding areas. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson discussed the project with its coordinator, Sgt. Travis Koltiska of the Sheridan PD.