Archive - Apr 10, 2018 - News

District's Job is to Provide Safe Environment

Part of the job of Sheridan County School District 2 is to make sure that students are safe.

Hageman Says Reform Must Come From States

Harriet Hageman said there's a need for reform in Washington D.C., and that reform has to come from the states.

Enplanements Continue Up

Enplanements at Sheridan County Airport were up again last month.

College Hosts High School Art Intensive

Over 120 high school students and faculty from Wyoming and Montana will be on the Sheridan College campus Thursday for the Sheridan College High School Art Intensive.

Fare Sale Ends Thursday

The latest Denver Air Connection fare sale, offering tickets between Sheridan and Denver for as low as $99 one way, appears to be going pretty well.

This Week’s Poll Question

This week’s First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question asks: “Should the traffic on Sheridan’s Main Street be reduced from 4 lanes to 2 with diagonal parking added?”

Heizer Announces Run for County Commission

Sheridan County resident Dennis Heizer has announced that he will be running for a seat on the Sheridan County Commission. Heizer explained that his background is in finance and financial planning.

UW Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center Receives National Award

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After transferring from a different school, Hali Lewis says she has found a second home at the University of Wyoming’s Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center, saying the facility is where she and her friends feel the most comfortable.

New Mobile Safety App Available for UW Students, Staff, Faculty

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University of Wyoming students, staff and faculty now have access to a free mobile app, Rave Guardian, which turns any smartphone into a personal safety device.

UW Electrical Engineering Standout Earns Prestigious Scholarship

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Unlike some college students, David Mohler, from Evanston, knows exactly what he will be doing when he graduates from the University of Wyoming.