Archive - Dec 4, 2017 - News

School District 2's PLC Live Starts This Week

Information on Sheridan County School District's PLC Live went out Monday, which means that educators in other schools can start enrolling now in the online course.

Dementia Friendly Support Center Launched in Sheridan

Sheridan's Dementia Friendly Wyoming program celebrated the launch of a support center Monday night with an open house at the new facility at 1 S. Scott Street.

UW Trustees Approve Program and Advising Fees

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The University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees recently approved added fees for advising services.

Rep. Jennings Against Adding More Taxes

Wyoming has been struggling financially over the past couple of years largely due to the downturn in the state’s mineral extraction industry. With state income dwindling, increased taxation has become a possibility when looking for a solution to the deficit.

Local Woman Missing at California College

A local woman attending college in California has been reported missing. Erin Henry, who is a student at Humboldt State University, was last seen by a roommate on November 25 in Arcata, California. Reports say that Henry’s wallet, cell phone, and car were located at her residence.

All For the Tongue River Valley Seniors

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Members of the Dayton School Benefit Club were busy decorating the Dayton Community Hall Saturday for the Christmas celebration honoring the senior citizens of the Tongue River Valley communities.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The average ACT score of incoming University of Wyoming freshmen increased between fall 2016 and 2017.

Teamwork Needed to Deal with Opioids

A lot of people, if not most, who are addicted to opioids started taking the drugs because they had a legitimate need for pain medications.

JCHC Board Adopts Employee Flu Mask Policy

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, during their meeting last week, voted to adopt a policy requiring personnel to be vaccinated for influenza or wear flu masks while on duty if they choose not to be vaccinated.

Parade, Chili Feed Brings Buffalo Community Together

The annual Free Chili Feed and Lighted Christmas Parade happened Saturday in Buffalo, and downtown was filled with people to enjoy both events and many others throughout the day.