The Northern Wyoming Community College District, which is Sheridan and Gillette colleges and the Johnson County Campus, is exploring how to implement an applied baccalaureate degree program mandated by the state.

Spencer Kuzara said he finds it interesting that, although Phorge doesn't yet have a physical space, there are still around 60 people involved in the Sheridan-based makerspace organization.

This year's Keystone Awards, a combination of recognition for people who have contributed to the community and a fundraiser for the Hub on Smith Street, will be April 18.

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will consider two new academic programs and receive updates on a wide variety of issues during its regular meeting Tuesday through Friday, March 26-29.

The University of Wyoming recently received a large estate gift to support several aspects of the college. UW Associate Vice President for Communications and Marketing Chad Baldwin, explains.

Red Grade Road has been closed to wheeled traffic for the past several months of winter conditions.

The Sheridan Police Department recently performed their latest round of tobacco compliance checks in the City. Lt. Travis Koltiska shares how these checks are made possible.

City of Sheridan Treasurer Karen Burtis presented the sales and use tax numbers for January to the Sheridan City Council this week.

The Sheridan Community Land Trust will be hosting their annual open house next week in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming is the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

Sports

COWGIRL BASKETBALL - - The Wyoming Cowgirls were winners in the first round of the "WNIT" Thursday night beating Northern Colorado 68-60 here's Head coach Joe Legerski.

The Cowgirls will play at home Sunday afternoon at 2:00 against the winner of tonight's game between Lamar and South Alabama.