Archive - May 1, 2017 - News

The Diesel Technology Program at Sheridan College

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Continuing our coverage of the tech programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on the Diesel Technology Program there.

Kawulok Asks County Commissioners to be More Involved

Sheridan County resident Frank Kawulok says there's a lot of future development coming, and he would like to see city and county officials do a better job of dealing with it.

Fetterman Battle Depicted This Weekend

The Fetterman battle that happened on Dec. 21, 1866, was depicted this past weekend at the site of Fort Phil Kearny in northern Johnson County.

Clock to Start Ticking on Commissioners' Decision

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, Sheridan County Republican committee people will meet Sunday afternoon to select three candidates for sheriff to replace current Sheriff Dave Hofmeier.

Shell Falls Closed, Burgess Junction Open

The Shell Falls Interpretive Site in the Bighorn National Forest will be closed this year while the site's interpretive trail is reconstructed.

WREN Foundation Puts Books in Children’s Hands

The WREN Foundation strives to enhance the lives of children from birth to 5 years of age and their families in order to create systemic change aimed at the whole child.

Flood Preparations

With the recent precipitation that the area has received, the possibility of flooding is on people’s minds.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The population of non-native mountain goats is growing prolifically in the Teton Range in northwest Wyoming, while the number of native bighorn sheep is in a noticeable decline.

Gordon, Fox Win Dancing With The Stars 2017

The team of State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Buffalo Chamber of Commerce CEO Angela Fox came away with the top honors at this weekend's second annual “Dancing With The Stars Johnson County” fundraiser, and claimed the disco ball trophy as champions.

Re-purposing Medications Part of Take-Back Day

The Drug Take-Back Days, organized periodically during the year, are primarily to help community members remove unused, unwanted or outdated medications from their homes and dispose of them in a safe, easy and environmentally safe way.