Archive - Dec 1, 2016 - News

Reception Held for Lion Dogs

One of the lion dogs that were the honorees at a reception Thursday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The lion dogs that formerly stood at the entrance to Sheridan's Kendrick Park were officially welcomed to their new home at Sheridan College with a reception Thursday night.

3rd Annual Strike Out Cancer on Sunday

November, which is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, is now over but the fight against that disease is not. Locals Sarah Richter and Jami Kukal have been holding an annual fundraiser dubbed Strike Out Cancer since 2014 to raise awareness and funds for the fight against pancreatic cancer.

NSI Employees to Participate in Training

Sheridan’s Normative Services Inc. provides services for at-risk, adjudicated, and emotionally disturbed youth. According to Ethan Manning, Group Living Director at NSI, all of their 100 plus staff members will go through training within the next 60 days.

Mesa Natural Gas Solutions Holiday Season Troop Support

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Mesa Natural Gas Solutions invites everyone to support Wyoming’s 126 soldiers serving abroad this holiday season. From now until Friday, December 9. Mesa will be collecting items to send to Wyoming troops.

Empower WY Self Defense Workshop on December 20

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On Tuesday, December 20 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Empower WY will host another Self Defense Workshop class at the Bethesda Worship Center at 5135 Coffeen Avenue. Women of all abilities are welcome and the minimum age of those participating is 14.

Chamber to Host Two-Day Legislative Forum Next Week

Wyoming State Senator Dave Kinskey (Photo Ron Richter ©)

A two-day legislative forum sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee will take place next Wednesday and Thursday in the Commissioner's Board Room of the Sheridan County Courthouse.

UW Strategic Planning Meeting to Be Held in Sheridan

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UW President Dr. Laurie Nichols (Courtesy Photo)

The University of Wyoming is in the process of developing a strategic plan that will help guide the university over the next five years.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Businesses Can Win Advertising By Decorating For Christmas

Buffalo Businesses can get some Christmas goodies themselves, just by decorating their storefronts for the Chamber of Commerce's Window Decorating Contest, and win some valuable advertising from local media outlets, including Sheridan Media.

New State Safety Program Can Help Businesses

Nicole Free.

Wyoming Workforce Services' has a new Safety and Risk department which is a division of the Worker's Compensation Office.
Nicole Free is a Safety and Risk Specialist with Wyoming Workforce Services, and she gave a short presentation at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Lunch on Wednesday.