Archive - Nov 2018

November 30th

Remember the Grinch! And Chocolate!

“Santa, don't forget the Grinch,” says Cindy Lou Who. “I know he's mean and hairy and smelly, and his hands are cold and clammy, but I think he's kinda... sweet.”

Santa Will be at Ace Christmas Party Saturday

Santa will be posing for photos, and there will be more special fun for kids at the Ace Christmas Party from 11 am to 2 pm Saturday. Cheryl Hahne, Assistant Store Manager, tells about the plans:

Laumann to Talk About Pioneer Park Zoo

Pioneer Park and what was once the largest zoo in Wyoming will be the focus of Helen Laumann's Conversations in History this month.

Ground Broken on New UW Science Facility

The University of Wyoming recently broke ground on one of their biggest undertakings in history, the long awaited Science Initiative facility which will contain a 200 seat active learning classroom, along with state of the art research and laboratory space.

Community Game Nights at the Fulmer Well Received

In September, the Sheridan County Library System launched a new program to get the community off of their screens and interacting with others.

Chamber Legislative Forum Tuesday

With the Wyoming Legislature set to reconvene shortly after the New Year begins, it is time again for the local legislators to hear from the community through the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum.

Do you support Robert Mueller's Investigation?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
42% (445 votes)
56% (588 votes)
2% (26 votes)
Total votes: 1059

November 29th

UW Receives National Campus Suicide Prevention Grant

The University of Wyoming is among 19 colleges and universities in the country that have been awarded the Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention grant.

Grant to Help Children Affected by Opioid Epidemic Awarded to UW Program

The Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) at the University of Wyoming recently received an Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AIDD) grant to address the opioid crisis.