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Free Screening of “The Hunting Ground”

A free screening of “The Hunting Ground” will be presented at the Whitney Center for the Arts on Monday evening(tonight). The event is part of the Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month events in April.

New Focused Traffic Enforcement Area Identified

The Sheridan Police Department have identified a new area in town that they will have focused traffic enforcement. Lt. Tom Ringley explains.

Governor Gordon Weighs in on UW President Decision

On March 25, the University of Wyoming Trustees announced that they would not be renewing President Laurie Nichols contract after it expires on June 30. To this point, there have been no details provided on why that decision was made.

Feeding the Children

Wyoming’s First Lady Jennie Gordon was in Sheridan Tuesday to meet with Sheridan non-profit organization The Food Group, among other engagements. As we previously reported, feeding hungry children is the subject of the First Lady’s new statewide initiative.

Governor Gordon Talks Hemp

Last year, the 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp production nationwide. Those in Wyoming Agriculture appear to have plenty of interest in the new crop as the 3rd Wyoming Agriculture Diversification Summit had to switch venues after initially selling out according to the Associated Press.

Governor Gordon on Budget Vetoes

During the recent General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, a supplemental budget bill was prepared and approved in both the House and the Senate. Governor Mark Gordon was then tasked with signing the legislation into law, but before he could do so, he vetoed 14 line items.

First Lady Visits The Food Group

Wyoming’s First Lady Jennie Gordon was in Sheridan Tuesday for a number of events and meetings.

“You Are Not Alone” Event at the VA Friday

The Sheridan VA Healthcare System and the Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center will be teaming up to tackle the subject of Sexual Assault on Friday.

ARC Table Talks Set for Thursday

The Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center will be hosting a table talk event on the Sheridan College Campus on Thursday in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Bear Canisters

Often times when bears come into contact with humans, it is due to attractants like garbage being readily available.

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Wyoming Highway Patrol is asking for motorists to take the pledge to drive distraction free through the month.

DA Davidson Market Outlook Tuesday

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center will be holding the DA Davidson Market Outlook event on Thursday.

Home is the Key

During the month of April, Habitat for Humanity is hosting their Home is the Key campaign. Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Executive Director Christine Dieterich talks more about the effort.

Fluoride Survey Initial Response Promising, Return Date Approaching

The City of Sheridan mailed out a survey in March over 12,000 water customers on whether or not they would like the fluoridation of Sheridan’s water to continue.

No Injuries in Morning Crash on I-90

On Thursday morning, a crash occurred on Interstate 90 just south of the 5th Street Interchange into Sheridan.

Hunter Education Class Starts Friday

A hunter education class will be available for those that need or want to take part in one starting Friday evening.

Dance Workshop Set for Sunday

The Big Horn Country Dancers Club will be hosting a workshop and fundraising event on Sunday.

YMCA Cornerstone Ceremony Saturday

The Sheridan County YMCA will be holding their Cornerstone Ceremony for the new Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon.

Chamber Lunch Focus on Economy

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their monthly luncheon Wednesday and the program will focus on the state and local economy. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson shares more.

SC Theatre Department Present Spring Play

The Sheridan College Theatre Department will be presenting their Spring Play this week at the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center.