Archive - Dec 13, 2016 - News

SJHS Students Pledge 'Hands Off Drugs'

Students line up to make their handprints and sign their names on the school wall. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than 260 Sheridan Junior High School students left their handprints on a wall at the school Tuesday afternoon as part of a pledge they've made to remain drug-free.

Airport Manager Looking at Around 9,000 Enplanements

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka said he's expecting the final tally of commercial enplanements for this year to be around 9,000.

Chamber Buck Update From Dixie Johnson

According to CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Dixie Johnson, the sales of Chamber Bucks are just a bit down from where they were last year.

Pizza for a Purpose Event at Powder River Pizza and Pub Set for Wednesday

Powder River Pizza and Pub on Sheridan’s North Main Street will host their Pizza for a Purpose event Wednesday/Today, from 11am-8:30pm.

President Nichols Speaks on Listening Sessions

Last week, University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols, along with other UW representatives, were in Sheridan to hold their final of 10 listening sessions. Data from these sessions will help them make a comprehensive five year strategic plan.

‘Coffee With a Cop’ Connects Officers With the Community

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Andi’s Coffee House on Broadway in Sheridan will be the site for the latest “Coffee With a Cop” event presented by the Sheridan Police Department.

Summit Energy Services Founder to Speak at e2e Meeting in Sheridan

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In less than three years, Sheridan native Mike Sweeney launched Summit Energy Services and Liquid Logistics; grew the company to more than 175 employees and an annual revenue of nearly $40 million, and then sold both businesses to Waste Management Inc.

Chamber Luncheon: Community Roles in Economic Development

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This month’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon will take place Wednesday at 11:30 at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Forest Service seeking public comments on a proposed project for Wind River Outfitters

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The Forest Service is seeking public comments on a proposed project to authorize a new assigned site to Wind River Outfitters.

Wyoming News Update

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Wyoming moves to create license plate featuring Yellowstone

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Transportation officials in Wyoming hope to create a license plate featuring Yellowstone National Park.