Archive - Mar 26, 2013 - News

Special Interest Groups and Their Impact on State Legislators

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Wyoming Senator Bruce Burns (Courtesy Photo)

When the 62nd Wyoming Legislature ended their session last month, several legislative leaders voiced their concern and displeasure on the effect that special interest groups were having on lawmakers.

WYO Theater Renovation is Underway

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(Photo by Chris Foy)

The Board of Directors for the WYO Theater in Sheridan, along with Trustees from Sheridan College have announced that deconstruction of the Perkins Building at 32 North Main Street has begun.

Sheridan College Welding Students Excel at State Competition

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Three Sheridan College welding students recently won first place during the written portion of the Skills USA Welding Fabrication State Championship Contest held at the Gillette College Technical Education Center.

Gov. Mead: Interior Cannot Take State's Share of Mineral Revenues

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Gov. Mead: Interior Cannot Take State's Share of Mineral Revenues

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is evaluating a recent letter sent by Director of the Office of Natural Resources Revenue, Gregory Gould, to the State Treasurer’s Office.

'A Band of Brothers' at the VOA Sheridan Community Shelter: Part Three

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'A Band of Brothers' at the VOA Sheridan Community Shelter: Part Three (Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan Media's Chris Foy brings us part three of his series on homelessness in Sheridan County - and what the community is doing to help.

Johnson County Gets Positive Health Insurance Report

Cobecon, Johnson County's provider for employee health insurance, gave a mostly positive report to the commissioners at their last meeting.

Buffalo Council Updated On Projects, Citywide Cleanup

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades

Buffalo City building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying the plumbing at the Sports Fields Complex building is beginning to be installed.

Buffalo's Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Washington Park

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce announces that Buffalo's annual Easter Egg Hunt will be this Saturday at Washington Park at the train engine near the Klondike Bridge.

Enrollment For Free GED Class April 2 at SCJC

Adult Basic Education GED Program is again being offered at Sheridan College in Johnson County and enrollment is scheduled for next week and again in May.

Enrollment is scheduled for Tuesday, April 2nd at 9am and the final enrollment day is scheduled for May 7th at 9am.

Atty Gen Warns Against "Robocall" Scam

Investigators with the Wyoming Attorney General are warning citizens of a “Robocall” scam that attempts to solicit debit and credit card numbers from unsuspecting citizens.