Archive - Apr 19, 2018 - News

WYO Packed for Keystone Awards

Friends and well-wishers packed into Sheridan's WYO Theater Thursday night to celebrate this year's Keystone Award recipients – Bob and Rosie Berger, Jay McGinnis and Mary Jean Roush.

Sheridan College Concert to Provide Unique Experience

Sheridan College's concert hall will be transformed into a unique multi-sensory experience with a prism concert starting at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Whitney Center for the Arts.

Library Presentation on 77 Mile Stretch of I-80

A 77 mile stretch of Interstate 80, between Walcott Junction and Laramie, has been dubbed the Snow Chi Minh Trail by long-haul truckers.

Banff Mountain Film Fest Set for Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Sheridan WYO Theater and the Wyoming Wilderness Association will present the Banff Mountain Film Festival for the community.

WHP Reminds Motorists to Follow Construction Zone Rules

Over the past 5 years, Wyoming has seen a total of 1,271 crashes in work zones around the state. Wyoming Highway Patrol Captain Jason Green shared that 30% of those crashes resulted in injuries and a total of 22 lives were lost.

UW Religion Today: What Strengthens a Marriage: Religion or Education?

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Americans like marriage.

UW Researchers Study How Well Greater Sage Grouse Habitat Protects Other Species

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Researchers in the University of Wyoming’s Department of Zoology and Physiology and Program in Ecology discovered that size does matter -- as it pertains to the effectiveness of secondary species’ wildlife protection relative to the size of a wildlife reserve set aside for an umbrella species.

Search Planned for UW College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dean

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A national search is planned for the position of dean of the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, as longtime Dean Frank Galey has announced his retirement from UW effective June 30.

Army Corps Reps Tour Project Corridor

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Representatives with the Army Corps of Engineers were in Sheridan Wednesday to tour the corridor of the Ecosystem Restoration Project. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Farmers Co-op of Sheridan Supports Rooted in Wyoming

Farmers Co-op of Sheridan announced a $1,000 grant to Rooted in Wyoming Wednesday.