Archive - Aug 28, 2017

Social Agencies Council Becoming More Visible

Sheridan County's Council of Social Agencies is now in its third year of reorganization and is becoming more publicly visible, more viable and is increasing membership.

Event Set This Weekend for Wounded Warriors

Twenty-two veterans, including eight from Sheridan County, will be treated to what Kent Sherwood calls the best weekend ever for wounded warriors.

Monday 08-28-17

Three parts - Lynn Gordon / Sheridan County Museum / Sheridan Senior Center

YMCA Executive Director Transition Set to be Complete on Friday

The Sheridan County YMCA’s Executive Director Jay McGinnis, who has been in the role for well over two decades, will officially step down on Friday.

Commissioners Encourage Holiday Travelers to Fly Sheridan

Now that school is started, some families are starting to look ahead at their holiday travel plans.

UW Regional Center in Sheridan Registration Happening Now

The University of Wyoming offers Regional Centers near each of the state’s community colleges.

Broncs win Football Opener / Weekend Olympic Sports Results / Rockies Host Tigers Tonight

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs shut out Rock Springs 51-0 in the season Friday they built up a 35 -0 halftime lead in the dominating performance, Head coach Don Julian.

They play at Cheyenne Central Friday and will face a better opponent on the road. Kickoff is set for 6:00 you can hear the Broncs on KWYO and 106.9 FM.

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POLICE CHASE-SHOOTING

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Cheyenne police say a 27-year-old man shot himself after he led authorities on a chase in southeast Wyoming.

Lobban Project To Be Completed In September

The end of the Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project appears to be in sight, according to the project engineer, who reported at a recent meeting that the final aspects of the project should be completed next month.

Interapt Coding School Start Date Delayed

The start date for the proposed coding school to begin in Buffalo has been set back to January of 2018, according to a release from JOCO First, who is one of the entities working to bring the school here.
The original target date for the school to begin was in September.