A new master plan was approved at the monthly Northern Wyoming Community College District Trustee meeting last night. The top priority of the new plan is expanding "student learning spaces" by renovating and adding to existing buildings at Sheridan College, says Chief Financial Officer Cheryl Heath
Announced at the monthly college board meeting last night was that Sheridan College is to receive a $240-thousand grant awarded by Whitney Benefits. This grant will be allocated over a three year period and be used to add an agriculture faculty position, Interim College President, Jon Connolly explains
The City of Sheridan recently hired PB Communications to work with downtown businesses and City staff on building codes for existing downtown buildings. Thursday night a discussion was held where downtown business owner's were able to voice concerns about the City's current code.
During the development of their current strategic plan, officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital identified psychiatrist as a position of need in the community. That need has been addressed, as the Hospital has hired Dr. Mark Walter to work as a psychiatrist at the hospital.
The annual Sheridan County 4-H carnival will take place this Saturday afternoon in Sheridan. The event has become the major fundraiser for the organization and it is open to anyone from the community. 4-H Youth Development Coordinator Allison Flynn says there will be a little something for everyone.
The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of Sheridan County Clerk Audrey Koltiska that occurred shortly after 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon east of Sheridan.
Evidence in the case is being gathered and will be sent to the Wyoming State Crime Lab in Cheyenne. Word from the Sheridan County Attorney's office is forthcoming, which we will report early this afternoon.
The Wyoming Business Council approved over $6 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds through the Facility Retrofit Grant Program at their meeting in Casper Thursday. The Business Council approved $48,812 for the City of Sheridan, $181,541 for Sheridan County, and $222,487 for the Sheridan County YMCA. The City had requested $97,625 in funding.
At approximately 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, crews with Sheridan Fire-Rescue were called out to a potential problem at the Sheridan County Airport. Captain Mike Miller gives us the details of the incident.
No sports rivalry here as students from Gillette and Sheridan linked arms at a rally at Main and Grinnell in downtown Sheridan last evening. Sheridan High School’s “We are the Change” (WAC) and Gillette’s PRIDE youth groups joined thousands of kids across the nation who were taking part in Kick Butts Day, in an effort to fight youth tobacco use.