Archive - Mar 9, 2016 - News

Legislators Say More Work Must be Done, Further Cuts Imminent

State Representative Rosie Berger (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The budget session is over for the Wyoming Legislature. However, legislators still have work to do.

School District 1 to Bid on TRE Roof

Sheridan County School District 1 has been approved to seek bids for a new roof on the existing Tongue River Elementary School.

TSA Has Still Not Returned to Sheridan Airport

Manager John Stopka is still working to bringing the Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, back to the Sheridan airport since its pull-out last spring when Great Lakes Airline left.

Former County Resident Not Pleased With Annexation Ordinance

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night gave their approval on third and final reading of an ordinance annexing 3470 Big Horn Loop into City limits.

Candidate for U.S. House Feels Public Land Control is Number One Issue

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One of the candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives is 55-year-old Rex Rammell, a Gillette Veterinarian. Rammell grew up in the Teton Valley in Idaho, just several miles from the Wyoming border.

Latest Wyoming Water Supply Outlook Released

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The National Weather Service in Riverton released the latest Wyoming Water Supply Outlook Tuesday. According to the report, precipitation in February was 84 to 88 percent of average. Current water year precipitation is averaging 100 percent of normal across Wyoming.

Conservation District Gets First Look at Budget

Sheridan County Conservation District board members got their first look Tuesday night at what District Manager Carrie Rogazcewski called a, quote, “very preliminary” budget for the year that starts July 1.

Grandin Talks About Her Career During Forum Dinner

Dr. Temple Grandin speaks at Ranch Sustainability Forum dinner. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Dr. Temple Grandin talked about the different types of thinking and how she got into a career designing livestock facilities Tuesday night at the Ranch Sustainability dinner at Sheridan College.

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Pool Concessionaire Approved By City Council

The concessionaire for Buffalo's public outdoor pool facility was agreed to and approved by the city council, on the recommendation of the Buffalo Pool Board.