Archive - Jun 24, 2019

Sheridan County Approves Agreement for WIC Program

Sheridan County has approved the annual agreement between themselves, the Wyoming Department of Health's Public Health Division and the Sheridan County WIC (Women, Infants, Children) Program.

Annual Pig Wrestling Event Saturday in Buffalo

The event is a fundraiser for Summit Gymnastics to help offset costs and keep the program affordable for more families.

Commissioner Cram Discusses Comprehensive Plan

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram was recently a guest on our talk show Public Pulse, and one topic he touched on was the county's update to their Comprehensive Plan.

College District Looking at Applied Baccalaureate Program

Sheridan College could be offering an applied baccalaureate degree program in the fall of 2020. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Wyoming's Legislature in the session earlier this year authorized the state's community colleges to start offering their own applied baccalaureate – bachelor's degree level – programs.

Fall Prevention Focus of Presentation

Fall prevention will be the focus of a program at The Hub on Smith Street Thursday. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Things that put people at risk for falls, and what they can do to prevent falls, will be the focus of a presentation at The Hub on Smith this week.

Bake Sale Raises Funds for Alzheimer's Support

A bake sale at The Hub on Smith Street Monday helped raise funds for support for those with Alzheimer's and their caregivers. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Breads, muffins and other baked goods were on sale Monday at The Hub on Smith Street in this year's effort to raise funds for the support of those living with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia and their caregivers.

Enzi Co-sponsors Bipartisan Bill to Update Prescription Drug Labels

Wyoming's U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has joined Senator Michael Bennet in sponsoring a bill to authorize the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to modify outdated drug labels to reflect new evidence relevant to the drug and its use.

Ucross Gallery Currently Housing Works of First Two Native American Visual Artists

The Ucross Foundation selected Sydney Pursel and Brenda Mallory as the first and second Ucross Native American Fellows in 2018. Currently their works are on display at the Ucross Gallery for the public to enjoy.

SPD Reminds City Residents Fireworks Are Prohibited

As we get closer to the 4th of July, many are gearing up to celebrate by purchasing fireworks. Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Rep. Western Talks Revenue Committee Work

Wyoming Legislators do not work full time in their positions and as such meet sparingly after their start of the year General or Budget Sessions. When they do meet, the Legislators are mostly working on interim topics in their committees.