For those looking to help in some way, there are options ranging from giving to the local food bank to helping area children with hats and mittens for the winter to making the holidays a bit brighter for our senior citizens.
Sheridan City Operations Superintendent Mathers Heuck, provided an update on the snow storm that happened on November 17th at Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting. All together he said the snow removal cost the city just over $23,000.
A new music performance hall has been added to Sheridan College that is not only adapting its curriculum and programs around the availability of students, but expanding the college’s offerings through the Whitney Center For the Arts.
Several teams, representing different Wyoming High Schools, will compete against one another next week on their knowledge of a certain document that was signed by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Studying the U.S.
The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame (WCHF) has named three senior classes, totaling 140 Honorees to date. On Thursday, December 1 nominations opened for the class of 2017 and they will close again on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
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