Archive - May 11, 2017

Construction Technology at Sheridan College

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As Sheridan College celebrates the end of another school year with graduation on Sunday, Sheridan Media finishes its coverage of the tech programs there as Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on the Construction Technology Program.

Nursing Awards Presented

Four Sheridan Memorial Hospital employees received awards Thursday in celebration of national Nurses Week.

'Lego Guy' to Present Workshops Here

Curtis Mork, known as “The Lego Guy,” will present workshops about Legos later this month at the Sheridan Fulmer Library in Sheridan and Tongue River Valley Community Center in Ranchester.

Weed & Pest Gets Grants to Combat New Invasive Grasses

Sheridan County Weed & Pest has received federal grants to use in fighting the two newest invasive grasses in the area.

Outbuilding East of Sheridan Catches Fire

Crews with Sheridan Fire-Rescue and Goose Valley Fire Department, along with Rocky Mountain Ambulance and the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a structure fire at mile marker 9 on US Highway 14 East.

Wyoming Reads

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will host their annual Wyoming Reads celebration on Tuesday. 1st graders across the state will participate with their local libraries and that will include Sheridan County according to Library Director Cameron Duff.

Women Build Set for Saturday

The women of Sheridan County are invited to volunteer during this Saturday’s Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Annual Women Build Day. According to Habitat Executive Director Christine Christopherson, the event is held all over
the nation.

Chamber Lunch Featured Program on Upcoming Tourism Season

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon took place on Wednesday at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Can Wyoming citizens help stop “dark money?”

Posted in -Ken Chestek says he was blindsided by political mailers attacking his opponent in last fall’s race for House District 46.