Archive - Mar 21, 2013

Sheridan College to Renovate and Expand Tech Center

Sheridan College sophomore, Tillie Hoefer, works on a project with a manual mill machine. She's set to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Machine Tool Technology in May. (Photo courtesy of Wendy Smith with Sheridan College)

With all the recent discussion about growing the teaching staff at Sheridan College in high-demand areas like machine tool, welding and diesel technology to keep up with the students, what about their learning space? Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

The Sound of Swedish Music Fills the C-TEL

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It wasn't Swedish meatballs or even Swedish Fish that could be found in the C-TEL Presentation Hall at Sheridan College Thursday night, but it was the sweet sound of Swedish music that captured the hearts of the 100-plus audience in attendance.

Sen. Enzi: ' We've Got to Grow the Economy, Not Government'

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Sen. Enzi: ' We've Got to Grow the Economy, Not Government'

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, also a senior member of the Senate Budget Committee, spoke on the floor of the Senate Wednesday night addressing the majority's budget. Enzi says the budget will lead to a $5.2 trillion deficit, leaves out the issues of Social Security and Medicare and is far from balanced.

Construction of Whitney Building at Sheridan College 'On Schedule'

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Construction of Whitney Building at Sheridan College 'On Schedule' (Photo by Chris Foy)

The academic center currently under construction at Sheridan College is set to open right on schedule this summer, according to Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Sheridan College, Cheryl Heath.

SC Preps for A Changing Economy

Earlier this week the Sheridan City Council approved a funding match by Whitney Benefits that will allow for Sheridan College to expand their faculty in the field of career technical education.

125 Years and Counting

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Citizens entering the front entrance of the Sheridan County Courthouse addition will be greeted by a giant mural of the Courthouse surrounded by plaques depicting the 6 different venues Sheridan County Government has used in the last 125 years. Kennon Products, Inc.

Representative Lummis Feels Ryan's Budget is a Plan to Renew America

The U.S. House of Representatives Thursday voted for House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan's budget resolution. Representative Lummis says that the House Republican Budget balances the interests of two very future vulnerable groups.

Johnson County HS Weekend Sports Preview

Buffalo High School athletes begin another busy weekend today, as the soccer teams are in action and the BHS track and field team readies for their annual track and field event scheduled for Saturday.

**Update from Wyopreps.com late Thursday**

Getting Ready to Celebrate the 125th

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Kennon Sign Shop, formerly Bella Graphics, was busy on Thursday afternoon installing the first of several "Brick Art" prints depicting the six locations of the Sheridan County Courthouse over the past 125-years. The display is located just inside the east entrance of the ground floor of the courthouse edition.

Environmental groups ask Wyoming to revoke Two Elk coal-fired power plant permit

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By Dustin Bleizeffer WyoFile.com