Archive - Apr 18, 2011 - News

Berger to Obama: Decision on Land Leases Critical to Wyoming Coal

Representative Rosie Berger met one-on-one with President Obama April 15th to discuss deficit issues.

Representative Rosie Berger, co-chair of the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee, is a member of the National Conference of State Legislators.

Technology Promotes Cowboy State

Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis

A Sheridan-based company has designed a way to promote Wyoming and Wyoming businesses through smartphone mapping and tour applications, or smartphone apps.

Buffalo's 'Going Green Day' a Fun Success

The chalk drawing of Sheridan Media's Oldies 105.9 logo on Main Street in Downtown Buffalo

Organizers are hoping this will become an annual event, and after Saturday's first ever Buffalo Going Green Day, they are calling it a success.

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Statewide Tornado Warning

A statewide tornado warning test will be conducted Wednesday, April 20th, between 10 and 10:30 a.m. If the weather is inclement, the test will be postponed so as not to confuse the populace.

Around Wyoming this week, the National Weather Service and emergency agencies are taking part in Severe Weather Awareness Week, with each day focusing on a different theme.

Developer Asks City Council to Reconsider Rezone Request

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Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow

The last time the Sheridan City Council met for their regular meeting two weeks ago on April 4th, it was just after midnight Tuesday morning when the Council adjourned.

SHS Parent Advisory Meeting: Vice Principals to Speak

Sheridan High School invites all parents to the Parent Advisory meeting tonight at 6 in the SHS Library.

The next Sheridan High School Parent Advisory meeting will be held this evening in the SHS Library.

Poll Question: Balancing the Federal Budget

Will Congress balance the Federal Budget?

Congress has been hammering away at the Federal Budget for weeks now, hashing out what, if anything, should be cut.

Hay is Needed for Possible “Haymaze” at This Year's Fair

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Hay is Needed for Possible “Haymaze” at This Year's Fair

In an effort to attract more people to this year's Sheridan County Fair, there has been talks of adding a unique event that is sure to add to the entertainment factor of the Fair. Sheridan County Fairgrounds Facilities Director Melissa Albrecht explains.