Talking income tax can cause some people to panic, but the students and faculty of the Sheridan College business department are there to help the community with their income tax returns through a government program called “Free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance” or VITA.
No books, no tests, no homework, and better yet none of the stress involved with going to college. It was Saturday University at Sheridan College with three lecture presentations by professors from the University of Wyoming and Sheridan College.
Last week, the Sheridan City Council tabled the third reading of an ordinance that would eliminate the wards within the city and change the city council positions to at-large, prompting this week's poll question:
“Do you think Sheridan council members should be chosen at-large?”
The cold weather couldn't hold back the standing room only crowd at this month's “Jentel Presents Artists in Residency” program. Held at the SAGE Community Art Center, the current artists in residency at the Jentel Foundation talk about their work and their process.
It's been an uphill battle, but State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, has won. Last week, the Wyoming Supreme Court declared unconstitutional, legislation introduced last year which stripped her of much of her power.
Site Superintendent Misty Stoll checking for coyotes at Fort Phil Kearney (photo by Judy Hagerott)
It's winter at Fort Phil Kearny. The summertime tourists have headed home and the Interpretive Center at the fort is closed down for the season. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott drove on out to find out just what happens behind closed doors at the fort.
It was the first of its kind held Saturday at Sheridan College in the Whitney Presentation Hall. The Wellness Council of Sheridan County held a day-long Wellness Festival with activities and information on the eight dimensions of wellness.
It was the first “Behind the Scenes Saturday” for the new year at the Sheridan County Museum. It's a time when the museum opens its doors for people to come out and see what goes on in the museum when the galleries are closed.
An artists' reception was held Friday night at the Sagebrush Community Art Center featuring a collaborative work of four visual artists and one writer, who met at the Jentel Artist Residency Program a year ago.
Close to two dozen states have given the OK for marijuana to be used for medical purposes. Colorado took it a step further, being the first state to legalize marijuana for recreational use. What about Wyoming, are we willing to go to pot for medicinal use?
The Sheridan Senior Center became a strategic planning center Tuesday evening as over 100 people turned out for the first-ever meeting of the Center's “Life Planning Lecture Series” called “when I'm Sixty-Four?”