UW Trustees Create Plan of Action for Presidential Search

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UW President Richard McGinity will be leaving in June of next year. (Photo Courtesy of the University)

The search is on for a new president for the state’s only university.

New Habitat Director Talks About Creating Partnerships

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Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Christine Christopherson (Courtesy Photo)

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Executive Director Christine Christopherson has been on the job for a little over a week now after being hired to replace Matt Davis, who recently moved to Boise, Idaho.

Popular Campground in Bighorn’s Set to Reopen Soon

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A popular campground in the Big Horn Mountains is set to reopen in less than a week. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Senator Enzi’s Office Accepting Applications for Fall Internship Program

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Courtesy Photo)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming is encouraging students and graduates to apply for a fall internship in his Washington D.C. office. According to a news release from Senator Enzi’s office, applicants should have achieved at least sophomore status at an accredited university or college.

Dodgeball, Anyone?

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Each Wednesday, through the summer, a workout takes place during the noon hour at one of the city parks in Sheridan. Called Sheridan ParkFit Community Workout, everyone is invited to join as activities change weekly.

Wyoming Wednesday

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Wyoming Wednesday’s are hour-long programs held at the Information Center by local experts talking about different topics about Wyoming. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there to hear Bud Stewart from the Game and Fish talk about Wyoming’s mammals and brings us this story.

Schultz Honored With Reception

Dr. David Schultz visits with friends during reception in his honor. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Friends and colleagues turned out for a reception Wednesday night in honor of Dr. David Schultz, who is retiring after 32 years as an anesthesiologist in Sheridan.

Hospital Board Approves Budget

Retiring trustee Michael Strahan opens gift from other board members. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Memorial Hospital will spend just under $84 million in the fiscal year that starts next week, but net revenues are expected to total almost $85.4 million for the year.

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Leadership Johnson County Graduates 18

Photo by Tom Gabrukiewicz

Leadership Johnson County has graduated 18 community members in its inaugural class in ceremonies held last month at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.