Archive - Jun 12, 2013 - News

Fairgrounds Ups Recycling Efforts

At their Wednesday meeting, the Sheridan County Fair Association agreed to increase recycling efforts at the fairgrounds. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Resources Committee Moves Energy, Grazing and Sportsmen Legislation

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The House Natural Resources Committee on Wednesday took action to spur energy development, create jobs and cut federal red tape for livestock producers, hunters and anglers.

Sheridan Media Walks Away with Seven 2013 WAB Awards

Sheridan Media walked away with seven awards at the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters awards this past weekend which took place in Cheyenne. AM 1410 KWYO won the coveted category of "Station of the Year" for 2013.

Water Mapping and Modeling Presented at SAWS Meeting

A little over a year ago, DOWL-HKM began updating the water model and mapping for the City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply System, or SAWS.

Senator Enzi: States Need Flexibility Over Education Requirements

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The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee is considering the Strengthening America's Schools Act of 2013, which would reform aspects of the law known as “No Child Left Behind.” U.S.

Johnson County Commission Notes From Meeting

The Johnson County Commission had a number of small items discussed and acted on during their last meeting.

Wyoming Congressional Field Reps to Hold Office Hours Friday in Sheridan

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Field Representatives for U.S. Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi along with Representative Cynthia Lummis will be holding office hours in Sheridan Friday.

Father's Day Chili Cook-off Saturday at Buffalo City Park

The Buffalo Senior Center is sponsoring their first Father's Day Chili Cook-off this weekend in Buffalo.

The event, which begins at noon at the horseshoe pits at Washington Park, is the first of what is hoped will be an annual happening.

TR Co-Op Schedules Power Outage

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Tongue River Co-Op is having a planned power outage Friday morning from 5 to 8.

Info Center Kicks Off Wyoming Wednesdays

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The Wyoming Information Center, at the intersection of I-90 and 5th Street, is hoping to help longtime Sheridanites regain a fresh perspective on their hometown, and simultaneously make Wednesdays more than just “hump day.” Nancy Herdt, Welcome Center Specialist, invites history buffs, young and ol