Archive - Jan 21, 2013 - News

Cloud Peak Ranch 17th Filing Tabled Indefinitely

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After tabling the item two weeks ago at their last meeting, the Sheridan City Council removed from the table the Cloud Peak Ranch 17th filing Monday night. The Council, after much discussion, elected to table the item once again, this time, indefinitely.

Legislative Panel Rejects Mead's Fiscal Proposals

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The legislative panel responsible for drafting a supplemental Wyoming state budget bill recommends that lawmakers reject Gov. Matt Mead's proposal to cut the flow of energy revenues going into permanent savings and school construction.

Central Wyoming Snowpack Lagging, Hurting Skiing

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - The central Wyoming snowpack is lagging this year, hurting business at Hogadon Ski Area on Casper Mountain. The snowpack in the northern Laramie Range is between 60 to 70 percent of the 30-year average. The ski area opened a month late on Dec. 30 and only two runs are open.

Cindy Hill Weighs in on Senate File 104

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Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill was a guest on KROE'S Public Pulse program Monday.

“A Nice Family Gathering” Opens this Week

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The latest offering from the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild will open this week at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan. The play “A Nice Family Gathering” is a dark comedy about a family getting together for Thanksgiving.

New Name, Same Goal

This past summer the Free Clinic of Sheridan County officially changed their name to the Sheridan Health Center. While a lot has changed in the almost 8 years the health center has been open, the goal of providing health care to those who cannot afford it is still their mission.

After Luke Martinez: The Toughest Spot on the Roster is Role Model

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A "Native Notes" blog post by Ron Feemster
originally published January 17, 2013

City Council to Address Streets and Infrastructure

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The Sheridan City Council will address streets and infrastructure when they meet for their second meeting of the year this evening.

Buffalo Council OKs Used Fire Truck Purchase

Buffalo Fire Chief “Gomer” Gammon approached the Buffalo City Council at their meeting last week, asking for pre-approval for him to look into the possible purchase of a used fire engine from the Bureau of Land Management.

Cost Per Credit Hour Increasing At Sheridan College

At the Northern Wyoming Community College District(NWCCD) monthly meeting Thursday in Buffalo, Sheridan College's Administration requested a $5 increase in the cost of a credit hour to take effect in the 2013-14 school year.