Archive - Apr 16, 2018 - News

Kidneigh Named Teacher of Year

Justin Kidneigh, a teacher at Big Horn Middle School, is Sheridan County School District 1's Teacher of the Year.

County Poverty Issues Focus of Meeting

Findings from a Community Needs Assessment surrounding the issues of poverty in Sheridan County will be the focus of a meeting Wednesday afternoon at The Hub on Smith Street.

Middle School Principal Named New District 1 Superintendent

The new superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1 is Pete Kilbride, who's currently the principal at the Tongue River Middle School in Ranchester.

Cat’s Brew Bash and Raffle for Cash on Friday

Sheridan’s Luminous Brewery will be the venue on Friday for the Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue, Cat’s Brew Bash and Raffle for Cash.

VA, ARC to Host Sexual Assault Healing and Inspiring Event on Friday

On Friday, the Sheridan VA is partnering with the Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center to host Embrace Your Voice: A Sexual Assault Awareness Month event. VA Military Sexual Trauma Coordinator Misti Bybee said that this is a free healing and inspiring event at the Sheridan VA auditorium.

Berger Not Running for Senate Seat

Sheridan County Resident Rosie Berger, who served as a member of the Wyoming Legislature for 14 years, has announced that she will not be running for the Senate District 21 seat. Current District 21 Incumbent Bruce Burns, recently stated that he will not run for another term.

NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE Competition

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On April 9, ten teams were named as finalists for the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE this morning during the Bloomberg Future of Energy Summit in New York City. Five teams will continue on in the coal track and five will participate in the natural gas track.

FFA Convention Held in Cheyenne

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From April 18-21, Cheyenne will be hosting the 91st Wyoming FFA (Future Farmers of America) Convention.

Barrasso proposal to help ranchers and farmers with regs

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — U.S. Sen. John Barrasso has introduced legislation he says would protect ranchers, farmers, and rural communities from federal overregulation.

Jackson ranked 6th by bike group for its bicycle network

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A national biking advocacy group has ranked the town of Jackson in northwest Wyoming among the top 10 in the country for its bicycle network.

At 67 points out of a possible 100, People for Bikes lists Jackson as the sixth best bicycle network in the country.