Archive - Nov 10, 2012

Wyoming Education Agency Job Changes Reviewed

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Wyoming Education Agency Job Changes Reviewed

Proposed job changes at the Wyoming Department of Education have caused a tussle between the agency and the governor's office.

Obama Plans to Cut Acreage for Oil Shale Development

Obama Plans to Cut Acreage for Oil Shale Development (Photo courtesy of

In a media release, U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke out against the Obama Administration’s decision to move forward with a plan to make massive cuts in the acreage available for oil shale development in Wyoming, Colorado and Utah.

Mayor Kinskey: "It's Not About Me, It's About the Work"

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Mayor Kinskey: "It's Not About Me, It's About the Work" (Photo by Chris Foy)

Mayor Dave Kinskey visited with host Kim Love during Thursday's episode of Public Pulse.

Veterans Day Happenings In Buffalo Sunday

Veterans Day observances in Buffalo from 2011

Buffalo will have a number of Veterans Day observances and happenings on Sunday, November 11.

JCHC Board Gets Positive Financial Report

Johnson County Healthcare Center

At their meeting this week, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees got a positive financial report for September and October from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

ST&T Director Reflects on Lodging Tax Renewal

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One of the items on the ballot locally for Tuesday's General Election was that of the lodging tax renewal, which passed with 76 percent of the vote.


STATE FOOTBALL - It's state championship football Saturday the 2-A title will start the day off at 10:00 followed by the 1-A final and 4-A championship at 4:00.

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The high school winter sports season starts after school Monday the Sheridan Bronc basketball team will have a new coach taking over as the new season begins. Longtime Bronc assistant coach Gale Smith takes over this year.

The Lady Broncs open their season Monday as well Sean Yeager is back as the Lady Broncs head coach.

Conservation Trumps Religion in Court

A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acted properly in prohibiting the Northern Arapaho Tribe from killing bald eagles for religious purposes on its central Wyoming reservation.