Archive - May 6, 2016

Leadership Wyoming Graduation Weekend

Bill Schilling, President of the Wyoming Business Alliance, talked with Sheridan Media Reporter Rustin Burr about this weekends Leadership Wyoming Graduation. This graduation weekend happens every other year rotated between Sheridan and Casper.

Wahoo Sushi Ribbon Cutting

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Chamber Ambassadors joined Wahoo Sushi co-owners Janis DeVore and Matt Culver for a ribbon cutting welcoming them to Sheridan and to the Chamber. (Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce)

Pictured from left to right: Chamber Ambassadors Erin De Fries, Mike Nickel, Neel Dhodapkar, Scott Barten, and Katie Culver; Wahoo Sushi Co-Owner and Manager Matt Culver; Wahoo Sushi Co-Owner Janis DeVore; Ambassadors Chance Harris, Yvonne Swanson, Bob De Fries, Stella Montano, and Carl Geertz.

Smoky Day Caused by Canadian Fires

Several wildfires in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada have sent a layer of smoke down south to their neighbors, which just so happens to include Montana and Wyoming.

InfraGard Experts Talk Cyber Security at Training Session

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(Photo by Grant Toth)

Representatives with InfraGard of Denver held a training session at the Sheridan Inn Thursday that focused on cyber security. InfraGard is a partnership with the FBI and the private sector.

Should the sales tax be back on groceries?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
10% (84 votes)
88% (749 votes)
2% (16 votes)
Total votes: 849

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

SHS Student Named Delegate to Honors Program

Sheridan High School student Ryan Vrieswyk has been named a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders set for June 25-27 in Lowell, Mass.

Employment Vital Part of Mental Health Program

As Sheridan Media reported earlier this week, the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center is changing how patients are treated.

DEQ Sets Meeting in Dayton

Wyoming's Department of Environmental Quality will talk about the Tongue River Total Maximum Daily Load project in Dayton on May 18.