The Arch Coal Foundation kicked off their Teacher Achievement Awards program Monday in Wyoming. According to Arch Coal Vice President of External Affairs Greg Schaefer, this is the fifteenth year for the program, the longest running, privately sponsored teacher recognition program in the state.
There are a number of events scheduled by officials with the University of Wyoming that will commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. A 32-foot-long mock Berlin Wall will be built on Prexy’s Pasture September 12th and torn down September 18th.
Sheridan College Director of College Services Zane Garstad (Photo courtesy of Sheridan College)
Officials with Sheridan College have announced that they've partnered with Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services, Master Chocolatier Chef Oscar Ortega, and Mars Chocolate North America to provide unique dessert items to Sheridan College Food Services and the Culinary Arts program.
The Sheridan County Fairgrounds will be the site Saturday of the first ever “Sludge Trudge” in Sheridan. The trudge will consist of a 5k muddy obstacle run for adults and a one-mile course for children 10 and under.
The Sheridan City Council will meet for their first regularly scheduled meeting of the month tonight. Sheridan Mayor John Heath says that the council will consider a resolution pertaining to the renewal of the optional one-cent sales tax.
All campgrounds, lodging, stores, shops, service stations, restaurants, and other services and activities in and around Yellowstone National Park will be open for much of Labor Day weekend. Park Spokesman Al Nash.
According to information released Thursday by the University of Wyoming, the university, during the fiscal year that ended June 30th, received more than $50 million dollars in private gifts for the second consecutive year.