Archive - Apr 20, 2018 - News

Brew Bash and Raffle for Cash Has Huge Turnout

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Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue (SCSCR) held a Cat's Brew Bash and Raffle for Cash at Luminous Brewery on Friday evening. After purchasing a ticket at the door, attendees were treated with a buffet, Musician Daniel Kosel performing live, and a 50/ 50 raffle.

High School Students 'Plant' Pinwheels for Child Abuse Awareness

Sheridan High School students engaged in a special activity at the school Friday. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Wyoming Coal Firm Appealed to Governor Over Mine Permit

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A coal company denied a permit in northern Wyoming last year sought, but did not receive, respite from Governor Matt Mead and the head of the Department of Environmental Quality.

BJ Thomas at the WYO for Celebrate the Arts

Celebrate the Arts 2018 is set for April 26-30 in Sheridan and it will feature art in all different forms.

Whitman Leads UW Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute Engagement Efforts

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The University of Wyoming’s Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) is undertaking a number of activities to enhance connections with the industry in Wyoming, as petroleum industry veteran Lon Whitman leads the institute’s outreach and stakeholder engagement efforts.

UW Signing Days Scheduled at Local High Schools in May

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Local athletes are not the only students who have the opportunity to be recognized for signing on to attend the colleges of their choice.

ENDOW Economic Engines

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During the 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature, the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Executive Council, better known as ENDOW, received funding and support to ensure they can keep working towards their goals.

Commissioners Talk Budget

With the current Sheridan County Budget for fiscal year 2017-2018 expiring at the end of June, it is time again for the Sheridan County Commissioners to create a new budget.

UW Students Elect New President, Senators

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University of Wyoming students have elected Seth Jones, a current junior in communications and political science, from Upton, as president of the Associated Students of UW (ASUW).

Alexandra Mulhall, a current junior in political science, from Worland, was elected vice president.

Sheridan Woman Changes Plea in Credit Card Fraud, Forgery Case

A Change of Plea Hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a Sheridan woman charged with a number of felonies, including credit card fraud and forgery. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.