Johnson County Makes Final Lake DeSmet Payment To Sheridan County

The Johnson County Commission approved nearly $502,000 in vouchers for the month, including a final $100,000 payment to Sheridan County ending their attachment to the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition.

Gordon On What He Feels Is Biggest Issue For The State

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Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon held a telephone press conference this week after the election to answer questions from reporters from around the state.

Trustees to View Finalized Master Plan Next Month

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees expect to see the final version of a 10-year master plan for the hospital at their meeting in December.

CHAPS Introduces Equine Assisted Therapy to Children and Seniors

This winter, Children, Horses, Adults in PartnerShip (CHAPS) will be bringing two ponies to local seniors and Pre-K students, providing them with the opportunity to engage in equine assisted therapy.

UW Hires Experienced Entrepreneur to Lead Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

A successful businessman who has personally founded multiple companies and helped establish many more has been hired to serve as chief operating officer of the University of Wyoming’s new Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE).

UW Science Initiative Facility Groundbreaking Nov. 16

University of Wyoming and state elected officials will break ground Friday, Nov. 16, for a new facility that will enable world-class research and education in pillars of Wyoming’s present and future economy.

Start-Up Challenge Finalists- ‘Connect Speech Therapy’

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We conclude our series today highlighting the finalists for this year’s Start-Up Challenge entrepreneur competition sponsored by the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Start-Up Challenge Finalists- ‘ThermMaker’

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The WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan will be the site this evening for “Pitch Night” of the Start-Up Challenge entrepreneur competition, hosted by the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan.

Four Faculty Hired at UW as Part of $20 Million NSF Grant

The new faculty hires, their backgrounds and what their focus will be at UW under the grant are:

Water Infrastructure Bill to Benefit Creek Restoration in Sheridan

Late last month, President Trump signed into law America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018.

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