Archive - Aug 29, 2019

Garden Grows From Summer School Enrichment

The Tongue River Elementary School garden provides instruction as well as lunches for faculty and students. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Teachers and students at Tongue River Elementary School pick fresh vegetables for their lunches, and students learn not only science lessons but math and language as well.

Buffalo Business Features New Age Products, Holistic Health

Liz Gardiepy.

The Purple Door, a new business in Buffalo, offers holistic healing, new age products and metaphysical supplies, and classes about all that is offered there.

Deadline For Sussex History Tour This Weekend

The deadline to sign up for a history tour offered by the Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee is this weekend.

'Wyoming Wildlife' Quilt Drawing November 9th

"Wyoming Wildlife" quilt.

The Buffalo Quilting Gals are raffling one of their quilts to raise funds for a program for local veterans, and the drawing for the raffle is coming November 9th.

County School District 1 Introduces Computer Science This Year

Having looked at how Sheridan County School District 2 is teaching computer science, Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has turned her attention to the county's other two school districts. Here's her first story.

Welch Foundation Sets Priority on Health Care

Ensuring access for everyone in the community to high-level health care close to home is a priority for the Welch Foundation.

Robert Adsit

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Robert (Bob) L. Adsit of Sheridan, passed away on August 19, 2019, at Greenhouse Living for Sheridan. Bob had just celebrated his 88th birthday with his family.

Bob was born August 1, 1931, to Alice Irene Sayer and Howard Edwin Adsit in Sheridan, Wyoming. His parents were living and working at the U.M. Ranch in Buffalo, WY when he was born. Two years later his brother, George, was born.

UW Med Student to Practice in Sheridan

A University of Wyoming Medical Education student from Rock Springs will be practicing in the Sheridan community.

MDU Refund Wyoming Customers on August Bill

Montana-Dakota Utilities Company customers in Wyoming may have noticed an extra insert in their bills this month.

Deer Management Program Continues in 2019

For over a decade, the City of Sheridan has allowed local archers to harvest deer within city limits. That program is scheduled to happen once again in 2019. Sheridan Police Department Lt.