Archive - Jun 2016

June 30th

Wyoming Writing Project Writing Marathon Set for Friday

The Wyoming Writing Project will host a Writing Marathon Friday afternoon from 1-4 at the UW Watt Ag Building on Sheridan College’s Campus. Amy Spiker, Co-Director of the Wyoming Writing Project.

Structure Fire in Sheridan’s Downer Addition

On Wednesday night, Goose Valley Fire Department and Sheridan Fire Rescue responded to a report of a structure fire in Sheridan’s Downer Addition. Goose Valley Fire Chief Bob Williams has the details.

Bighorn Mountain Brewfest on Saturday

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Grab your camping gear and get ready to head up to the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area for the Bighorn Mountain Brewfest on Saturday. The festival will include entries from Sheridan’s local breweries, Black Tooth and Luminous.

Thursday 06-30-16

Ucross Foundation, Ashley Carlisle / MS Ride, Heather Day

June 29th

University of Wyoming Prepares for Budget Reductions

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Earlier this month the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees approved the budget for the fiscal year that begins Friday.

First Lady Mead and UW Literacy Research Center and Clinic Establish New Literacy Award

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First Lady Carol Mead and the University of Wyoming Literacy Research Center and Clinic have established an award to recognize any Wyoming citizen, organization, community, or business that has made significant contributions to advancing literacy within Wyoming.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Big Horn Equestrian Center Fireworks Show is on for now but is Dependent on Weather Conditions

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Wyoming state Senator Bruce Burns and his crew are putting the last minute preparation to the fireworks show set for Monday night at the Big Horn Equestrian center.

Burgess Retiring After 44 Years in Education

Today is the last day of work for Terry Burgess, who's retiring as assistant superintendents for Sheridan County School District 2 after 44 years as an educator.

Troopers Open Tournament in Cheyenne Today / Rockies fall to the Jays / SC Volleyball Camp Coming up in July

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers take a 27-18 record on the road for more tournament action starting this afternoon in Cheyenne.

They open the tournament against Casper and the Colorado Catalyst Academy from Golden, Colorado.

The Troopers are coming off an extended road trip and Head coach Ben Phillips says the players gave a good accounting of themselves against some very good teams.

And he says it's another good stretch of games this week against more good competition.