It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. The Sheridan City Council Tuesday approved a resolution to apply for a Community Readiness Grant through the Wyoming Business Council to extend infrastructure at the Hi-Tech Business Park in North Sheridan. City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs.
The Wyoming Women's Council reports the top three issues for women in Wyoming are substance abuse, child care, and domestic violence. However, employment concerns appear to establish a significant downward trend.
It was a packed house Friday night at the WYO Theater in Sheridan for the 52nd annual Kiwanis "Stars of Tomorrow Contest". It was the finals for kids ages K-12 to shine in the local talent contest which featured four age divisions.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital will be holding its Heart Health Fair on Tuesday, from 4:30 in the afternoon through 6 p.m. Community Relations Director for Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Cecile Pattison, has the details.
The final report on a chemical spill into a Yellowstone River tributary along the Montana-Wyoming border says the initial release of 1,000 gallons of road deicer was enough to briefly double the river's total flow.
At their meeting Thursday, the Board of Trustees for the Northern Wyoming Community College District approved plans to move forward with renovation and expansion of a new campus center at Sheridan College.