Archive - Sep 19, 2012 - News

Meeting the Needs of Veteran Students

Earlier this week Sheridan Media reported that Sheridan College had been ranked among the top 15 percent of veteran friendly colleges in the nation.

'A Lot Of Equipment Moving' At Buffalo's Sports Fields Complex

Buffalo's new sports fields complex which is currently under construction is coming together nicely and starting to take shape, according to City/County Engineer Wayne Hill.

JCSD1 Board Updated on Cloud Peak Project

The Johnson County School District Board of Trustees got an update on the ongoing Cloud Peak School Project from District Business Manager Matt Ramey, and also discussed commissioning the building when it is completed.

All Pink'd Out

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50 students from Sheridan High School held a pink glove dance flash mob Wednesday in the school cafeteria to kick-off this year's t-shirt sales for the 3rd annual Pink Bronc Day September 28th.

Park County Leading Wolf License Sales

Park County leads Wyoming in the number of hunting licenses sold for next month's wolf hunt.

Rec District Eyes New Equipment

The Sheridan Recreation District board has agreed it's time to start shopping for a new sport utility vehicle.

Buffalo Council Approves Second Resolution For Grant Money

At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Buffalo City Council approved a second Resolution, No. 1348, authorizing a grant application to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) for a reworking of South Burritt Street in the area of old High School Hill and the elementary and middle schools.

SD1 Aims for Public Preschool Programs

Sheridan County School District 1 is pioneering the idea of public early childhood education.

Over Halfway There

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Sheridan College received another sizable gift that will go toward the capital campaign for the Thorne-Rider Student Center renovation and expansion project.

Gilead Fire Update: Little Growth, Same Containment

The Gilead Fire northwest of Buffalo has seen little growth in the last 24 hours and containment still sits at 38%, according to the latest media release from Incident Command this morning.