Archive - Apr 12, 2018 - News

Young: 'A Lot of Unknowns' as College Starts Budget Plans

There are a lot of unknowns as the Northern Wyoming Community College District approaches the next budget year.

Forward Sheridan, Casper Announce Collaboration

Forward Sheridan is joining the Casper Area Economic Development Alliance/Forward Casper in a collaborative initiative to pursue Aerospace and Department of Defense markets.

YMCA Aquatic Center Update

The Sheridan County YMCA will have a new Aquatic Center in 2019 if all goes to plan. This center will include a pool with zero entry, a vortex, and even a slide.

Coffee and Donuts with a Vet

The Sheridan VA, as part of National Healthcare Volunteer week, is hosting an event on Wednesday.

Stewart Announces Retirement from G&F

For many years, Bud Stewart has been serving Wyoming as the Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

UW Scientists Find Excess Mitochondrial Iron, Huntington’s Disease Link

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Scientists at the University of Wyoming have found that mice engineered to have Huntington’s disease (HD) have an over-accumulation of iron in their mitochondria.

Wyoming to Receive Support for Higher Educational Attainment Efforts

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Efforts to increase postsecondary educational attainment of Wyoming citizens have received a significant boost, as the state has been chosen to participate in a task force that aims to lead the nation in developing policy and practice to close higher education attainment gaps.

City Takes Next Step in Stabilizing Hillslides

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Officials with the City of Sheridan are in the process of continuing to find a solution, either short, or long term, for several hillslides in the community. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senator Enzi: Automatic Spending Threatens to Swamp Country

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According to a Congressional Budget Office report, automatic spending, including interest on the national debt, is outpacing our economy.

More Than Paperwork

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi applauded the Trump Administration for expediting federal permitting for infrastructure. This plan means that the administration established a coordinated and timely process for federal agencies to complete environmental reviews of major infrastructure projects.