Archive - News

May 5th, 2014

State University Revises General Studies Program

The University of Wyoming is making a major revision to its general studies program.

Coffeen Avenue Bridge Work Begins

As reported over the weekend, work has now begun on Little Goose Bridge in Sheridan, which explains the re-direction of traffic on Coffeen Avenue.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has contracted with S&S Builders of Gillette to do the work.

This Week's Poll Question

Posted in

Over half of Americans are opposed to the Affordable Care Act or the so-called Obamacare and there still are groups out there trying to repeal it. While more people will have access to health care insurance, others, especially the high earners will have to pay for it.

Trees for Trash

Saturday was the annual Trees for Trash and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

Bark for Life

Posted in
"Tess" (photo by Judy Hagerott)

It was a day devoted to the dogs. Saturday was the 2nd annual “Bark for Life,” a benefit for the American Cancer Society, but also a day to recognize that dogs make great companions for cancer survivors. Organizer Laramie Ulam ...

City, Firefighter Negotiations Continue

Posted in
(Photo by Ron Richter)

Another round of collective bargaining agreement negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the local firefighters union will take place this evening during the City Council meeting.

May 4th

A Look Back in Time: May 5, 1914

A 12-year-old boy who robbed Ernst's harness shop a few weeks ago has been ordered sent to the industrial school in Golden, Colo.

AP News Update

Posted in

Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

DOGS SEIZED

Cheyenne authorities seize 53 dogs from woman

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Cheyenne Animal Control officers have taken 53 dogs from a woman who was transporting the dogs in a trailer.

County Commission Sets Budget Meetings

The Johnson County Commissioners have tentatively set their budget meetings for this year, to work on the coming 2015 annual budget.

New Gatchell Exhibit Features Cloud Peak Wilderness

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum

This coming Friday, May 9th , the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will offer a new temporary exhibit entitled “Untrammeled: 50 Years of the Wilderness Act Through The Viewfinder.”

The exhibit features historic and modern photographs of the Cloud Peak Wilderness area side-by-side to compare the areas 90-plus years apart.