Archive - Jan 22, 2014 - News

Representative Madden Comments on Inquiry Delay

State Representative Mike Madden (Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming House Speaker Tom Lubnau has suggested that the investigation into misconduct by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill be delayed until after the upcoming budget session.

Relay for Life Kickoff Event is Next Week

A scene from last year's Relay for Life event in Sheridan. (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The kickoff event for Sheridan County's 2014 Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society, will be held next Tuesday night (Jan. 28) in Sheridan.

Cable Channel Re-Broadcasts Local Legislative Forum

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce also reports that 30 organizations and individuals shared updates and needs last week during a two-day forum with a panel of six local state legislators.

Chamber Reports Ag Grants Available

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce reports that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has grants available for renewable energy and energy efficient projects in Wyoming. The grants range from $1,500 to half a million.

Sheridan School Nominated for National Award

Three elementary schools in Wyoming have been nominated for this year's National Blue Ribbon Schools award, and one is in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 22, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time report from one hundred years ago.

State House Speaker Suggests Suspending Hill Verdict

The state's case against Superintendent Cindy Hill for alleged misconduct may be suspended for now.

Sheridan Museum Opens Saturdays

Courtesy Photo

The Sheridan County Museum will be open Saturday, from 10 until 4, to offer a special program called “Behind the Scenes.”

Story Library Closes for Painting

The library in Story, which is part of the Sheridan County Library System, will be closed Monday through Wednesday, for maintenance.

Veterans' Artwork Needed for Upcoming Exhibit

Artwork created by veterans is being sought for an upcoming competition.