Archive - Mar 25, 2016 - News

Landowner group claims Peabody’s $790M ‘self-bond’ invalid

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Peabody Energy, headquartered in St. Louis

by Dustin Bleizeffer | - A citizens’ complaint filed Monday asks the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality to deem Peabody Energy out of compliance for $790 million in coal mine reclamation liability in the state.

Sheridan College Photographer Wins National Award

Dennis Jacobs, photographer at Sheridan College, has received a gold medal for his original photograph of a Sheridan College ecology course in the field.

Girl Scouts Setting Up Cookie Sale Booths

Girl Scouts are now delivering cookies. But if you did not get your order placed, we learned this week that cookie sale booths will be set up in various spots around Sheridan. Scout Leader Cassie Gammel gave us the details.

‘Boots, CHAPS, and Cowboy Hats’

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Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership, or CHAPS, will be hosting a night of food, dancing, and fun for the whole family next month at the Sheridan College AgriPark in North Sheridan.

District 2 Implements New Computer Program

Sheridan's high school and junior high will launch a new program next year called Project Lead the Way.

College District Approves Pilot Program

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District approved a medical assistant program as a pilot program to start at Gillette College.

FMCSA Orders Shutdown of Wyoming Trucking Company

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has announced the shutdown of a Gillette-based trucking company.

Wyoming Main Street Program Awards $30K to DSA

A request for state funds to pay for signage in the city of Sheridan has been partially approved.

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Buffalo City Council Approves Catering Permit

The Buffalo City Council discussed and approved a catering permit for the upcoming Ducks Unlimited Banquet next month in Buffalo.