Rehabilitation Enterprises of Northeastern Wyoming, known around Sheridan as RENEW, is celebrating its 40th year of service to the community, and has enlisted the City Council's help in ringing in the month of disABILITIES awareness.
Sheridan County's schools are celebrating the birthday of the infamous author, Dr. Suess, this week as part of a nationwide Read Across America campaign. Kathy Vetter, President of the Wyoming Education Association, explains more.
Representative Rosie Berger getting a haircut for a good cause. (Courtesy Photo)
Representative Rosie Berger received a haircut last week that will go toward a good cause, as she donated her locks to the Pantene Beautiful Lengths Program, that allows woman fighting cancer to receive real, full-hair wigs.
Safe in Daddy's arms, four year-old Finn Stout watches dad, Eirik, silverplate a test tube.
It was a “Whacky Science” Saturday at Sheridan College, a time for kids of all ages to be exposed to and get excited about science. Rob Milne, a chemistry instructor at Sheridan College says there was plenty of activities to participate in.
Bruce McCartney gets his taxes done by Sheridan College student Tabitha Schultz.
For those lower income members of our community needing tax help, VITA, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is available at Sheridan College. Students who are certified through the IRS work as volunteers preparing the tax returns.
At their last meeting the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed Dr. Lawrence Kirven, his acceptance of a different position and what that will mean to both him and the healthcare center.