Sheridan College student Joe Graves (right) explains research on snake venom protein that he, Duane McMurtry (far left) and Deo Lachman (second from right) worked on this year to U.S. Senator John Barrasso (center) at “Posters on the Hill” in Washington D.C. (Photo courtesy Sen. Barrasso's staff)
Sheridan College students Duane McMurtry, Joe Graves and Deo Lachman recently returned from a trip to Washington D.C., where they presented their very own undergraduate research to Wyoming’s congressional delegation.
Volunteers of America Northern Rockies held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Penrose Place, a 15-unit HUD 202 PRAC subsidized, apartment complex for low-income seniors aged 62 or over who meet income requirements. VOA Executive Director Jeff Holsinger.
Sheridan has been tapped as a National Signature Destination by the state of Wyoming for National Tourism Week. Sheridan Travel and Tourism has events lined up all week to celebrate. Director, Shawn Buckley, explains.
Students in Sheridan County are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, as summer vacation starts at the end of the month. However, those months off don't fare so well for academic progress, especially when it comes to literacy.
Thirteen year-old Shyanna Martin, daughter of Amanda Bach, taking part in a "Day at the Derby."
Saturday, in the Timberline Room of the Black Tooth Brewing Company, CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy hosted its annual fundraiser, “A Day at the Derby.” CHAPS Director Sue Suddith explains what CHAPS is all about.
Making Sheridan a greener and cleaner community, the city landfill held its annual “Trees for Trash” on Saturday. It was an opportunity for residents to gather up any extra trash that accumulated over the winter months and take it to the dump for free.