Archive - Nov 16, 2016 - News

CEO Explains How Floating Islands Can Restore Water

Bruce Kania, guest speaker at Sheridan College Wednesday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Nutrient pollution is depleting oxygen from waterways around the world, but the process can be reversed.

Hospice Care Becoming More Accepted

Hospice Care is a service for individuals with a serious illness or disease who are nearing the end of life’s journey. Hospice can be provided in homes, nursing homes, long term care facilities or hospitals.

Smart Swoptions From Dr. Erin Nitschke

Local Health Coach and Fitness Nutrition Specialist Dr. Erin Nitschke stopped by our news talk show public pulse Tuesday to share some of her smart “swoptions” to eating healthier. Nitschke said that these options allow you to eat the things you like but without some of the unhealthy ingredients.

Killy’s Spirits and Ale Grand Opening Friday and Saturday

Killy’s Spirits and Ale is the place to be this Friday and Saturday as they hold their official Grand Opening festivities.

Council Approves Funds for Water, Sewer Lines

Ranchester's town council approved payment of $65,400 Tuesday night to the excavator that relocated water and sewer lines at the old Tongue River Elementary school building.

Commissioners Consider Contract for Archival of Court Records

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The Sheridan County Commissioners approved a contract with Christi Rolston of Denver, Colorado in the amount of $257,300, to digitally scan and archive for electronic retrieval, approximately 900,000 District Court records.

CAST Members Discuss Local Air Service

(Photo by Pat Blair)

It’s been almost a year since commercial air service at the Sheridan County Airport was restored with Denver Air Connection offering flights to and from Denver International Airport.

Airport Manager Recognized for 40 Years of Service

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Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka was recognized by the Sheridan County Commission Tuesday for his 40 years of service to the County.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

WWII History Program Tonight At Johnson County Library

A history program on prisoners of war from World War II will be presented tonight at 6:30 at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.