Archive - Jun 10, 2016 - News

Juvenile Wildlife Should be Left Alone

There have been several of issues with humans disturbing wildlife over the last couple of weeks.

Boating Safety Tips from Sheridan’s Game Warden

The sun has been out and scorching over the past week. Many watercraft owners will be and may have already taken their machines out for a splash.

Soraa Lights and Protects Rare Native American Artifacts at Brinton Museum

Soraa, the world leader in GaN on GaN LED technology, announced that its full visible spectrum LED lamps have been installed to protect, illuminate, and accurately render the colors of rare Native American artifacts exhibited in the new state-of-the-art Forrest E. Mars, Jr.

21 Sheridan College Generals Named to NJCAA Academic All-Region Teams

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Twenty-one students at Sheridan College have been named to the NJCAA Academic All-Region Teams in their sports after completing 30 semester hours and maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.25.

Art Festival In Dayton This Weekend

On Saturday at 11 am, the Gallery on Main Street in Dayton is hosting their Art & Craft Festival located on the corner of third & Main Street next to the Gallery.

Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Funds 39 Grants

The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Board awarded more than $2 million in grants for wildlife habitat and natural resource projects at its meeting in Sheridan on Tuesday. Funds were awarded to 39 different projects in 16 Wyoming counties including four projects from Sheridan county.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Dayton Council Schedules Budget Hearing

Dayton's town council has scheduled a budget hearing next week on the proposed budget for the year that starts July 1.

School District 1 Rec District to Meet

The Sheridan County School District 1 recreation district will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the board room of the central office in Ranchester.

Fairgrounds Improvements

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The Sheridan WYO Rodeo Board and the Gold Buckle Club have invested $685,000 to make improvements at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds that will heighten the experience of the WYO Rodeo, and other events at the fairgrounds.