Archive - Nov 2016 - News

November 29th

G&F to Host Public Meeting Regarding Black Bear Regulations

The Sheridan Regional Office of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host a public meeting Wednesday at 6 pm in regard to black bear hunting seasons and regulation proposals.

4th Annual Community Christmas Celebration at Ucross

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Powder River Energy Corporation hanging lights in the park at Ucross in anticipation of the upcoming Community Christmas Celebration. (Courtesy Photo)

The 4th annual Community Christmas Celebration at Ucross will take place Saturday, December 17 from 4 to 6 pm at the Park at Ucross.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

November 29th

Airport Manager: No 'Extra Efforts' Will be Made for Enplanements

It's unlikely that Sheridan County Airport will see 10,000 commercial passengers by the end of this year, and no extra efforts will be made to reach that goal.

Year-end Report Given On County Planning Office

Jim Waller

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller updated the county commission at their last meeting on the status of the subdivision regulations he is currently working on, including updating the county's Water Quality Rules to meet new requirements enacted by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on small waste water systems.

Chamber's 'Christmas In Buffalo' Events Now In Full Swing

Buffalo Christmas Button for 2016

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's “Christmas In Buffalo” events will be happening now through Christmas Eve including a window decorating contest, reverse bingo promotion, the lighted parade and chili feed, and many others.

Wednesday's Chamber Lunch Features Workforce Services

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host their November luncheon Wednesday and will have the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services there for an informational gathering for employers.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 29, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Nov. 29, 1916.

Arney Not Sure Whether Company is Registered

District Court Clerk Nickie Arney said Monday she isn't sure if Centurion Discovery or Christi Rolston are registered to do business in Wyoming.

SCSD#2 Works to Improve Attendance and Graduation Rates

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For decades, students in Wyoming have been able to enroll in kindergarten as late as seven years old and drop out of high school as early as 16.