Archive - Mar 26, 2018

Sheridan College to Host Border Wars

Nearly 200 high school students from Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota will be at Sheridan College Wednesday for the 16th annual Border Wars competition.

Wheels Through Wyoming Program at the Fulmer on Wednesday

The Sheridan County Library Systems is hosting a program on Wednesday night called Wheels Through Wyoming.

TIPS Training Offered on April 3rd

On April 3, the Sheridan Police Department is hosting a TIPS Beverage Training class for the community.

SCSD2 Superintendent Talks Legislative Session

With the State’s budget set for the next two fiscal years, the 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature has been completed.

UW to Launch Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Management Degree in Fall 2018

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A new degree program aimed at expanding and diversifying Wyoming’s economy, retaining enterprising graduates in the state and recruiting highly qualified students to the University of Wyoming will launch in fall 2018, following action by the UW Board of Trustees.

Aldo Leopold Chair to Discuss Newest Concepts in Adaptive Restoration at UW

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The University of Wyoming Restoration Outreach and Research (ROaR) student organization will host Joy Zedler, the Aldo Leopold Chair of Restoration Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Friday, March 30.

Weekend Local Sports Wrap up

SOCCER - The Sheridan high school soccer teams opened conference play over the weekend the Lady Broncs won at Cheyenne South Friday night 5-0 and dropped a 7-0 decision at Laramie Saturday.

The Broncs lost at home Friday 3-1 to Cheyenne South and played Laramie to a 0-0 overtime tie Saturday.

Broncs Head coach Scott Soderstrum says shutting out Laramie Saturday was big for the Broncs after dropping the game Friday against South and the back four defenders got the job done against the Plainsmen.

Yellowstone's Fishing Bridge set for repair work this year

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CODY, Wyo. (AP) — The National Park Service is planning repairs to Yellowstone National Park's Fishing Bridge that will mean delays this summer and shut down traffic for the winter on the park's eastern access road about three weeks earlier than normal later this year.

Wyoming News Update

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