Archive - May 2013 - News

May 29th

Reservation-based pre-K bus takes school to students

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By Ron Feemster for
Originally published on May 28, 2013

It’s playtime for Cordelle, a two-and-a-half-year-old who lives with his mother, grandfather and aunt on a 10-acre parcel of land up a series of dirt roads 15 miles outside Pavillion, Wyo. And it’s fun for Carr. But the exercise is also serious diagnostic and educational work for the teacher. And an intense workout of Cordelle’s fine motor skills and vocabulary.

May 28th

Mixed Media Art Classes and Open House June 3-7 In Buffalo

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council is sponsoring another Buffalo Summer Art Guild Visiting Artist Program next week.

Buffalo Council Approves Project Agreements For Pipelines

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved and accepted two Project Agreements for two separate pipeline projects.

California Woman Dead, Two Others Injured, in Crash Near Cheyenne

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A 79 year-old California woman died Sunday morning after a wreck that left two others injured, just one mile east of Cheyenne on WYO 212 at the traffic signals of the Sun Valley I-80 Interchange.

Guardians of the Range to Hold Historic Ranch Tour on June 1

The Guardians of the Range will be holding its annual fundraiser and conducting a historic ranch tour on June 1. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Miss Wyoming USA 2013 on Overcoming a Learning Disability

As we reported yesterday, Sheridan's own Miss Wyoming USA, Courtney Gifford, will be headed to the Miss USA pageant in Las Vegas later this week to represent the Cowboy State.

Habitat's Women Build is a Week From Saturday

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The 2013 Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Women Build will take place a week from this Saturday at a home in Sheridan. Habitat Executive Director Matt Davis tells us about the project.

Museum Appreciation Weekend

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The Sheridan County Museum is holding their appreciation weekend this Saturday and Sunday. Museum Director Nathan Doerr explains what those visiting the museum this weekend can expect.

Department of Health: West Nile Remains a Threat

As warmer weather begins to settle in across much of the state, the Wyoming Department of Health issued a reminder that West Nile virus spread by mosquitoes remains a potential threat. Sheridan County Public Health Nurse Toby Granger.

City Of Buffalo Hosts Open House On South Burritt Project

Last Thursday the City of Buffalo and WWC Engineering hosted a public open house to gather ideas and wants and needs concerning the upcoming South Burritt Avenue project.