Archive - Mar 7, 2017

UW Hosts Open House at Watt Ag Center

Assistant Professor of Horticulture Sadanand Dhekney conducting a tour in the plant lab. (Photo by Pat Blair)

People had a chance to tour the building and learn more about the four programs that the University of Wyoming provides in Sheridan during an open house Tuesday afternoon at the Watt Agricultural Center in Sheridan.

Conservation District Looks at Preliminary Budget

Sheridan County Conservation District directors can anticipate receiving a little more than the district will spend in the coming year, according to the preliminary budget they received from Manager Carrie Rogaczewski Tuesday night.

School District 2 Trustees Adopt Facilities Plan

That's one of the issues raised in the school facilities plan that District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty presented to trustees at their meeting Monday night.

Grammy Winning Muir String Quartet Performs Wednesday

The Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall will host the Grammy award winning Muir Quartet on Wednesday night. According to the Center’s Director Dr. Erin Hanke, the group will be providing a master class for students as well.

Guns in Schools Bill on Governor's Desk for Approval

During the 2017 Wyoming Legislative Session, there were several bills introduced regarding guns. One of those bills, House Bill 194, dealt with guns in schools according to Gail Symons, a local blogger who attended the session.

Moonlight Skiing

The Sibley Lake Cross-Country Ski Trails will be the site of the Black Mountain Nordic Club’s Moonlight Skiing event on Saturday. According to Club Member David Haile, the event is a big party and it all starts at Sibley Lake.

Ralph Howard Knode

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Ralph Howard Knode Jr. 89, of Sheridan died on Sunday, March 5, 2017 at the Sheridan VA Medical Center.

How to Eat Healthy When Dining Out

Eating healthy and maintaining a balanced diet is one of the key ingredients to living a healthy life. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

History of the Bighorn Mountains

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

History of the Bighorn Mountains will be the topic Wednesday as part of the “Casual Conversations in History” monthly program, presented by Helen Laumann and the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum.

Tongue Ranger District Seeks Comments on Reissuance of Outfitter Guide Permits

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The Tongue Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest is seeking public comments for the reissuance of the HF Bar Ranch, Inc., and Rangeland Hunting Adventures outfitter guide permits, each for a 10-year term.