Archive - Mar 11, 2010 - News

Construction On North Main In Sheridan Heats Up

Things continue to progress on the North Main reconstruction project that is underway. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that as the project moves along over the next few months, it's vital that the public keep their eyes and ears pealed for updates.

American Foreign Policy in the Obama Age--Lecture Friday At Sheridan College

How has America's foreign policy changed under the administration of President Barack Obama?

Senator Enzi Speaks His Mind On Training And Education During HELP Committee Meeting

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi spoke out on the importance of training and education at the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee meeting Thursday.

Lummis Praises House Republican Ban On Earmarks

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis supported a House Republican Conference movement to adopt an immediate, unilateral moratorium on all earmarks. Lummis explains why she's been so steadfast in her opposition toward government earmarks.

Sovereign of the Skies

by Judy Hagerott

It was a night for the eagle, the golden eagle that is, as Dr. Charles Preston of Cody was the featured speaker at the C-TEL Presentation Hall at Sheridan College last night.

Berger's "Women in History" Experience

On Monday, Representative Rosie Berger was in Washington D.C. at the invitation of the White House to attend a Women in History ceremony and reception. Berger, who is on the executive committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures, was the only woman from Wyoming in attendance.

Fort McKenzie Drama Students Present Annual Melodrama

Every year at Fort McKenzie High School, the students of Sharon Bedard's drama class present a melodrama. This year, about fourteen students will bring "Perils on the High Seas, or Let's Get Together and Do Launch" to audiences. Set on a cruise ship in the 1920's, junior Chance Wambolt explains the plot.