Archive - Apr 5, 2018 - News

Speaker Calls Wyoming 'Landlocked Country'

in the world's oil and gas industry, Wyoming for all practical purposes is a landlocked country.

Ribbon Cut on New Hydro Turbine Project

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special event in Sheridan Thursday. Here's her story.

Youth Wanted for Young Ambassadors Program

Students between 12 and 18 years old, who live in Wyoming or have substantial ties to Wyoming, and have a passion for wild places are urged to sign up for the Young Ambassadors for Wilderness leadership program.

Synthetic, 3D-printed Meat Subject of Talk at UW

Synthetic biology meats and 3D-printed meat were the focus of a talk by Jim Kinder at the University of Wyoming recently.

2nd Annual Habitat for Humanity Kick Off

On Friday, at 5:30 pm, Luminous Brewhouse is hosting a Kick Off party for Habitat for Humanity to celebrate the beginning of building season. The event is free and open to the public. The Reverent Blues will be playing, there will be appetizers and a free pint to the first 75 people who sign in.

Compass, Public Health Talk Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Recently Susan Carr, the Executive Director for Compass Center for Families, and Adrienne Tatman, a Nurse with Sheridan County Public Health, were guests on our news talk show Public Pulse to talk about the designation.

UW Block Grant Fully Approved By Legislature

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During the 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature, which ended last month, the University of Wyoming was awarded the full state block grant that they had requested.

Sheridan Community Land Trust Dining for a Cause Monday

Even though it is April, Wyoming is still experiencing patches of cold weather and snow. That being said, summer is getting closer and many in the community will be excited to start utilizing Sheridan County’s options for warm weather outdoor recreating.

Neltje, Maggie Scarlett to Receive Honorary Doctorates from UW

The University of Wyoming will confer its highest award, the honorary doctoral degree, upon two individuals who will be recognized during UW commencement ceremonies May 12.

UW Marcia Dale Aspire Scholars Attend National Nurses Conference

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Four University of Wyoming nursing students -- all Marcia Dale Aspire Scholars -- recently attended the American Nurses Association (ANA) Quality and Innovation Conference in Florida.