Sheridan

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young said he's disappointed in how Wyoming's Legislature has handled a bill aimed at changing how Wyoming's community colleges are funded, and he doesn't believe House Bill 118 will get to the Senate.

Mrs. C.E. Stevenson presided this afternoon over the second of a series of luncheons that she is giving complimentary to Mrs. Wheeler.

Kennon Products, Inc, of Sheridan has announced that Joe Wright has been promoted to chief executive officer of the company. According to a news release from Kennon, Wright previously served as executive vice president and will now succeed Ron Kensey, the company’s founder and former CEO.

Five men will be honored Saturday for living a true western cowboy life. They’ve been chosen as the first group inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame for Region 5, which includes both Sheridan and Johnson counties.

Sheridan County's Rep. John Patton was moved from the intensive care unit but was still in a Cheyenne hospital late Thursday afternoon after undergoing an angioplasty earlier in the week.

The president of Sheridan College announced the first gift of $50,000 as college officials launched a campaign to raise $4 million to complete the new Whitney Center for the Arts now under construction at the campus in Sheridan.

Laurie Walters Clark is the newest town councilor in Dayton.

Members of the Citizens for Community Recreation and the Sheridan County YMCA gave a presentation before the Sheridan City Council Tuesday night about a proposed $12.5 million indoor aquatics center in Sheridan.

Syndicate content