Archive - Jun 17, 2010

College District Gets Update on Budget

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young
Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees received an update on the budget at their meeting Thursday night. Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young advised the Board that the budget will not include any salary increases for faculty and staff.

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Since May 23, 1962 this Class 0-5-A Mohawk 4-8-4 Type Highspeed Combination Passenger-Freight Engine 5631 has been located in Rotary Park

Annual Broadcasters Convention Begins Friday in Sheridan

The Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention is Friday and Saturday in Sheridan.
The Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention is Friday and Saturday in Sheridan.

The Wyoming Association of Broadcasters annual convention is this Friday and Saturday in Sheridan. Numerous events are planned throughout the two-day convention, including a Republican gubernatorial candidate forum Saturday morning at 10:30 at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Public Pulse - Thursday 06/17/10

Sheridan College / Senator John Barras

SLIB Awards Nearly $3.5 Million to Sheridan

Sheridan economic development receives a boost from the Wyoming Business Council and SLIB.

The State Lands and Investment Board, or SLIB, met this morning to vote on grant applications submitted by various Wyoming municipalities. Mayor Dave Kinskey phoned Sheridan Media this morning with good news.

New College Board Trustee Chosen

Newly appointed NWCCD Trustee, Bob Leibrich

Nine strong candidates – eight men and one woman – went before the Northern Wyoming Community College District board Wednesday evening to interview for the trustee position vacated by Ryan King last month.

American Flag Display Etiquette

An example of the proper placement of the flag when displaying it vertically.

Monday was Flag Day in the United States, and a young veteran who recently returned to Sheridan contacted Sheridan Media regarding proper flag etiquette. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the story.