Archive - Oct 27, 2016 - News

Supreme Court Justices Featured at You Be the Judge

Audience volunteers played the roles of supreme court judges Thursday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke and Justice Michael Davis talked about how judges are selected, the Supreme Court and the Rule of Law that courts follow in the United States during Thursday's You Be the Judge event at Sheridan College.

Wyoming House Candidates Share Their Main Reason for Running

Candidates for 3 seats on the Wyoming House of Representatives participated in a forum at the Sheridan Senior Center Tuesday night. Each candidate shared the main thing that they would like to affect if elected into the House.

Haunted House of Hoops on Saturday at Sheridan College

Sheridan College’s Annual Haunted House of Hoops is set for Saturday in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. This event is intended to serve multiple purposes according to Tom Parks, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at SC and Organizer of the event.

SHS Trick or Treat for Cans

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When you hear a knock on October 31st, a can of food is not usually the item you would expect to be asked for. Sheridan High School’s Student Council will be doing just that for Halloween this year according to Student Body President Paden Koltiska.

Dining for a Cause to Benefit The Link - Partners in Pink

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The next Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan will take place Monday and will benefit The Link- Partners in Pink program through the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation.

Wyoming Supreme Court to be Featured at Tonight’s ‘You Be the Judge Event

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Tonight’s “You Be the Judge” event sponsored by the Sheridan County Bar Association will include two members of the Wyoming Supreme Court, Chief Justice James Burke, and Justice Michael Davis.

UW Strategic Planning Process Underway

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The University of Wyoming began a process in September to develop a comprehensive strategic plan to guide the university for the next five years.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Training Will Remain Paid Through Police, Sheriff's Budgets

Johnson County Criminal Justice Center

Training of officers and sheriff's deputies will continue to be paid out of the Buffalo Police Department and Johnson County Sheriff's Office budgets, after discussions during a recent meeting of the Criminal Justice Center Joint Powers Board.

Public Health Nurse On STD's, TB Testing Issues

Johnson County Public Health Nurse Trisha Thompson

Johnson County has recently had an increase in the number of reported Sexually-Transmitted Diseases (STD's), according to Public Health Nurse Trisha Thompson.
She gave the report to the Board of Health at their recent quarterly meeting.