University of Wyoming Graduate and Journalist for National Geographic Mark Jenkins will hold a lecture entitled Tea, Trade, and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time, at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall on Wednesday. According to Dr.
On Saturday, the University of Wyoming’s Saturday U Program will be at Sheridan College’s Whitney Academic Center. One of the three speakers is UW Botany Professor Daniel Tinker and he will be speaking on Bark Beetles and the future of forests.
The Sheridan County YMCA rolled out their new “Art Night” program for the first time in January. They also had one in February and both events were a huge success according to Y Arts Coordinator Tyler Rogers.
The Senate Education Committee advanced a bill that would allow K-12 school personnel to carry concealed guns by a 5-0 vote earlier this week. House Bill 194 has been sent to the full Senate for debate.
According to Sheridan’s Holy Name Catholic School’s Director of Religious Education Stacy Preszler, the YDisciple large youth group for 8th-12th grades will be having a Mardi Gras Party at the Knights Hall on Sunday.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol is starting a new pilot program that is utilizing “slick top” patrol cars. They are doing this in hopes of increasing highway safety statewide. There are five new cars with one headed to each of the five districts across the state.
With the warm and sunny days we have had lately, it is easy to start getting excited for summer. According the the YMCA Arts Coordinator Tyler Rogers, members will have an opportunity to sign up for summer programs on Saturday.
On Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their Chamber Coffee event Big Horn Smokehouse & Saloon in Big Horn. According to Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson, there will be a special guest in attendance at the social.
It is well known that Wyoming has been facing a huge revenue shortfall during this legislative session. Gail Symons has been down in Cheyenne during the sessions and she says that there has been some talk of diversifying revenue options.
Monday marks the beginning of National FFA Week. FFA clubs around the nation will all show their support of the organization through Sunday February 26. Local John B. Kendrick FFA Club Parliamentarian Chandler House, explains what FFA is.
While a guest on our News Talk Show Public Pulse recently, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Bud Stewart, talked about several upcoming dates of interest to hunters.
Sheridan Police Departments Cpl. Karla Rogers and K-9 Charlie have been working together on the force since December. Charlie is an almost 2-year old springer spaniel lab and unlike some K-9 units, Charlie only has one job.