November 17th, 2014

Suicide Gatekeeper Training Held Monday

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A small group of people attended a suicide prevention training class held at the Hampton Inn Monday. The equivalent of C-P-R, this life-saving training is for helping people who are at-risk of suicide. Called means ”Question...Persuade...and Refer.

Health, Emergency Personnel Prepare for Unlikely Event

The risk of an Ebola outbreak in Sheridan County is low, according to Bobbie Spahn.

AgriPark Open House is Wednesday

Sheridan College's new AgriPark will be open free to the public from 10 until 3 Tuesday, with a special ceremony planned at 12:15 and hosted by College President Dr. Paul Young.

Schools Close for Holiday

Schools in all three Sheridan County school districts will be dismissed on Wednesday next week for the Thanksgiving holiday, according to information on the districts' web sites.

Mountain Climber Previews Cho Oyu Program

A mountain climber from Sheridan who climbed the sixth highest peak in the world recently will share his experience through pictures during an upcoming program. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

The Wright Place 1st Quarter 2014-2015

“A” Honor Roll

Grade 8
Colten Meece

“B” Honor Roll

Grade 6
Jackson Lannan

Grade 7
Briannon Marcus

Grade 8
Cheyanne Oryall

Fort Mackenzie High School 1st Quarter 2014–2015

“A” Honor Roll

Grade 9
Alexandria Bautista
Matthew Benedict
Lauren Sodergren

Grade 11
Alexis Phillips

Grade 12
Gabrielle Migrants
Dax Reher

“B” Honor Roll

Grade 9
Stephanie Bennett
Tresten Swinyer

Grade 10
Bailee Borzenski
Jackson Boyd
Caitlin Freesene
Nan Gulley

Sniffin Joins Dining for Cause Event

A special feature of today's Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan will be the appearance of long-time Wyoming columnist and author Bill Sniffin of Lander.

Monday 11-17-14

Homes on the Range, Dale Bell / Take Control of Your Life, Lynn Gordon

What 500 Movers and Shakers Heard From Prominent Speakers

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When famed author and reporter Bob Woodward asked a Wyoming audience recently if they thought President Barack Obama was doing a good job – about 12 out of 500 hands went up.