Archive - Dec 2014

December 29th

Gillette-to-Denver Jet Flights Begin

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Jet flights between Gillette and Denver are scheduled to begin in February.

Public Welcome to State Inaugural

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Wyoming's Governor Matt Mead is inviting all residents of the state to attend the swearing-in ceremony and reception for the state's top five elected officials.

Weekend Fire In Buffalo Results in Fatality

Buffalo Fire Chief Gomer Gammon confirmed on Sunday that a structure fire in Buffalo Saturday night resulted in a fatality.

This Week's Poll Question

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The CIA has used “enhanced interrogation techniques” for years, especially after the 911 attacks. These techniques include sleep deprivation, simulated drowning, also know as waterboarding, humiliation, subjection to cold temperatures, slapping, and forced to sit in stressful positions.

December 29th

Bronc Wrestlers Host Duals Friday and Saturday / Pokes and Cowgirls open MWC play Wednesday / TR hoops in action Saturday

BRONC WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers will be back on the mat Friday hosting duals with Riverton, Star Valley and Cheyenne East and the Border War duals with Billings Senior, West and Skyview are Saturday.

Friday night's duals will start at 5:00, Saturday duals run all day beginning at 9:00. Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian. And on Saturday it will be Wyoming vs Montana.

Adults, Youth Use School Facilities After Hours

More than 5,700 adults and youth used Sheridan County School District 2 facilities after school hours through November of this year.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 29, 1914

D.C. Frisbie, a rancher, was in Sheridan today.

Dayton to Host Reception

Dayton officials will host a reception on Jan. 5 for long-time Mayor Bob Wood and council members Bob Alley and Dennis Wagner.

Wyoming News

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Johnson County's 2014 Year In Review: April-June

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at the top stories of 2014 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the second quarter of the year, from April through June of 2014.