Archive - Sep 2016

September 29th

Pinedale Lieutenant to Take Over WHP District Four Captain Duties

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Wyoming Highway Patrol Lieutenant Jason Green, who’s been the Pinedale area Division Supervisor for the past five years, has been promoted to the rank of District Four Captain by Colonel Kebin Haller.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

September 29th

Thursday - Volleyball, State Tennis and Swimming Results / 2016 Energy Bowl Tonight at Scott Field / Cowboy Football at CSU Tomorrow Night

LADY BRONC VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team lost their conference match to Gillette last night the Camels took the match in three straight games.

They play tomorrow in Billings at the Border War event joining Gillette and Natrona county playing the three big schools from Billings.

STATE TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams opened the Wyoming state tennis championships yesterday in Gillette the Lady Broncs are in 7th place after day one the Broncs are also in 7th place.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 30, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Sept. 30, 1916.

Final Downtown Farmers Market of the Season

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The last Farmers Market of the year was Thursday. The vendors were there as well as the faithful customers. Averaging over 30 vendors each week, Market Manager Zoila Perry said it was another successful year.

UW Looks to Potentially Eliminate 16 Degree Programs

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Some programs at the University of Wyoming are on the bubble as there are 16 degree programs that could be potentially eliminated.

Early Childhood Symposium Starts

The two day Early Childhood Symposium got started around lunch time Thursday in the Atrium of the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center. Michelle Sullivan, Coordinator for the event, explains what the purpose for the symposium is.

Sheridan City Council Will Hear Two Staff Updates at Monday’s Meeting

On Monday, the Sheridan City Council will have their first regularly scheduled meeting of October. Mayor John Heath explained that they will hear staff updates from two separate departments.

Thursday 09-29-16

Library / Mark Pierce "When I'm 64" protecting your assets while qualifying for medicaid

September 28th

Project Lead the Way and Sheridan College

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Wednesday we told you about Project Lead the Way, which is a new national initiative within Sheridan County School District Two that is the nation’s leader in STEM education curriculum.