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March 8th, 2010

Changing Industry Standards Is Increasing Business At Workforce Centers

Sheridan Workforce Center has contracted with Sheridan College to offer free workshops twice a month. Chanda Richards, who is the Sheridan Center Supervisor for Employment Services, says people can still get assistance with these skills through the workforce, or attend the workshops

March 7th

Over $35,000 Raised for the Sheridan County Museum Education Project

The Sheridan County Historical Society has received a matching funds grant from the Homer and Mildred Scott Foundation in the amount of $17,778. Contributions from various donors to match the Scott Foundation grant will pay for the Sheridan County Museum's Education Program through 2010.

Sheridan Ice To Hold Their 1st Ever Ice Show This Week

The Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters will be holding the first ever Ice Show at the Sheridan Ice Rink this Thursday. Sheridan Ice Figure Skating Coach Emily Emond says the event is a great way to wrap up the season.

The Ice Show will be this Thursday night from 6 to 7 pm at the Sheridan Ice Rink.

32nd Annual Homebuilders Home Show Begins Friday

The 2010 Big Horn Homebuilders Home and Idea show gets underway this Friday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Director of Operations for the Home Show Dick Caldwell tells us about a couple of new exhibits this year.


Sheridan College Generals advance after defeating Western Nebraska.

UW Enrollment Numbers Increase Over Last Spring

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming reports that
spring enrollment increased nearly 6 percent over the same time last year to about 12,500 students.
The enrollment numbers include an increase of about 500 students at the main campus in Laramie.

There Are Upcoming Free Workshops On Writing Resumes And More At Sheridan College

Sheridan Workforce Center has a lot more people requesting services these days. Because of this increased demand, they are sponsoring some free workshops at Sheridan College.
The next workshops will take place March 12th.
Chanda Richards, who is the Sheridan Center Supervisor for Employment Services

March 6th

Green House Living For Sheridan Continues Fundraising Campaign

Fundraiding efforts continue for Green House Living for Sheridan project, which will provide seniors an alternative to the traditional nursing home care. Green House President Doug Osborn comments on how the home like atmosphere benefits everyone involved.

Wyoming Lawmakers Say They're Pleased With Session

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers have wrapped up the
legislative session. Lawmakers say they were successful in crafting a responsible state budget. The $2.9 billion budget goes into effect in July and will last for two years.

PAWS Glitch To Delay Testing In Some Wyoming Schools

CHEYENNE, (AP) - The Wyoming Department of Education says some school districts plan to delay administration of the Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students because of computer problems.