This week's Wyoming Wednesday at the Information Center at the intersection of I-90 and 5th Street will take a look at the Bighorn Mountains. Nancy Herdt, welcome center specialist with the Information Center, says this week's guest speaker will be Cheri Jones of the U.S.
Last week, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced the state will take over investigating whether hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” is responsible for water pollution detected around the town of Pavillion, which is in the center of the state.
Now that the 2013 drawings for resident elk and resident and nonresident deer and antelope licenses have wrapped up, hunters can check their results by checking the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's website or by calling 777-4600.
Northeast Wyoming has certainly experienced its share of severe weather so far this year, as recent thunderstorms have caused plenty of damage by producing large hail, high winds and heavy rain that's resulted in flash flooding.
Beginning July 1st and running throughout the entire month, the Sheridan County Library Mezzanine will be home to the paintings of Dayton resident Sonja Caywood. The display is entitled “Sign of the Times: Advertising and Architecture of Yesterday”.
Longtime director and curator of museum education of the Sheridan County Museum Nathan Doerr has moved on and left some pretty big shoes to fill. Iterim Director Sarah Ligocki says that she hopes to continue what Doerr started.
The artistic director for the Shakespeare in the Park program at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Gerry Hansen, will be in Sheridan for two weeks teaching a special acting workshop at Sheridan College.