Archive - Mar 7, 2016 - News

Whitney Benefits Gift Supports SC Computer Programs

Dr. Paul Young, Sheridan College president, at the podium, with Whitney Benefits President Tom Kinnison, and School District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Whitney Benefits Foundation presented a check for more than $890,000 to Sheridan College Monday, to support and strengthen the college's computer programs.

Carol Mead’s Book About Firsts in the Cowboy State is a Must Read

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A small book full of firsts about Wyoming was written two years ago by First Lady Carol Mead, and it is an excellent compilation of unique events that happened first here in Wyoming.

Free Self-Help Classes Continue

Local Counselor Lynn Gordon of Sheridan will continue her free lecture series this week, re-addressing the topic of self-esteem.

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Commissioner Hicks 'Thrilled' Governor Signed SF19

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks

Senate File 19, the bill that will allow local governments, special districts, and joint powers boards to invest through the State Treasurer's Office, and gain better returns on their investment funds, was signed into law last week by Governor Matt Mead.

Johnson County Healthcare Center GoesTobacco-Free

JCHC Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) has been toying with the idea of making the center's campus a tobacco-free zone.
That is exactly the case, after they voted to go tobacco-free at their monthly meeting last week.

Buffalo Police Perform Tobacco Compliance Checks

Buffalo Police Sgt. Garth Nicholas

The Buffalo Police Department recently performed tobacco compliance checks at city and county businesses, and two of the businesses failed by selling to a minor.

A Look Back in Time: March 7, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 7, 1916.