Archive - Jul 15, 2015 - News

Winds That Out-Blow Any Other Gusts in the Country

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Bill Sniffin

Although local Wyomingites are not surprised by this fact, out-of-staters are always stunned by the velocity of our wind. It is scary powerful.And it is probable that our wind is cursed more often than it is viewed as a blessing.

'Cyrano' to be Presented in Kendrick Park

The Montana Shakespeare in the Parks company will bring “Cyrano de Bergerac” to life Thursday night in Kendrick Park starting at 6:30.

First Interstate Bank Announces New President of Downtown Branch

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First Interstate Bank in Sheridan has announced that David Hubert has been named the new Bank President of the Downtown Branch. According to information released by First Interstate, Hubert moved to Sheridan in 2002, where he began working at First Interstate Bank.

‘Longmire’ Actors Are Here, Events Start Friday

From left, "Longmire" actors Adam Bartley and Robert Taylor, joined by author Craig Johnson, talked about the series at the Sheridan Inn. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Fourth Annual Longmire Days community celebration in Buffalo starts Friday and continues through Sunday.

Vaudevillian Summer Series Starts Tonight

The New Vaudevillians summer series at the WYO Theater in Sheridan begins tonight. Organizer Kim Detmer stopped by the station to give us a preview.

Local Representative Talks Changes in the Legislature

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Representative Rosie Berger (Courtesy photo)

State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn was a guest on Tuesday’s news talk show Public Pulse, where she discussed how a turnover in the legislature and an uncertain mineral revenue future is prompting policy changes for lawmakers.

Wyoming Teachers Gain STEM Skills at UW

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(Photo courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

Teachers from around Wyoming have just finished a two-week program at the University of Wyoming called “Launching Astronomy: Standards and STEM Integration”. One of those teachers was Annie Grip, who teaches 5th grade at Cloud Peak Elementary School in Buffalo.

Public Comments Sought For Proposed Sheridan College Weather Tower Project

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The Tongue Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest is seeking public comment on a proposed project that would involve installing a weather tower on top of the dam at Park Reservoir.

New State Representative on 'Learning Curve'

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair recently had a chance to visit with Sheridan County's newest state legislator. She gives us the details.

UW Extension Center Hosts Field Day

A tour of the University of Wyoming research and extension facilities in Sheridan was capped by a dinner featuring locally-grown produce and hand-churned ice cream during the university's third annual field day here Tuesday.