Archive - Sep 27, 2016 - News

Taste of Home, Better Than Food Network

Tuesday night, Sheridan residents were treated to America’s #1 Live Cooking Show, the Taste of Home Cooking Show. Culinary Specialist Renee Morgan from Texas prepared several recipes live in Sheridan High Schools Sue Henry Auditorium.

SEEDA Puts SAGE Request on Hold

A request from the Sheridan Artists' Guild Et al for $100,000 from the Sheridan Economic & Educational Development Authority, known as SEEDA, is on hold until Monday.

New Sheridan Location for SMH to Pay Bills

Photo Credit: Pat Blair

Traditionally, Sheridan Memorial Hospital patients have had to travel up to the site to pay their bills.

Wyoming’s Poet Laureate Stops By Public Pulse

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Wyoming’s Poet Laureate Gene Gagliano stopped by our news talk show public pulse recently. While on the show he talked about how he found out about the new appointment.

Sheridan College to Host Combat Color Fun Run

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Student Veterans of America at Sheridan College will be hosting the fifth annual COMBAT Color Fun Run at Sheridan College Saturday, at 1 pm.

Cemetery Tours Set for the Next Two Saturdays

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The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will be offering cemetery tours the next two Saturdays at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. Museum Executive Director John Woodward says the tours are a good way to learn about the history of Sheridan.

District Two School Board Candidates

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The two candidates vying for a two-year unexpired term on the Sheridan County School District Two Board of Trustees appeared as guests on our news talk show Public Pulse Monday.

Wyoming News Update

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First Showing Of Longmire Episodes Tonight

Longmire fans can, starting tonight, watch their favorite television show with concessions and a cash bar along with other fans in a comfortable setting.

Buffalo Council Accepts Grants For Compliance Checks

Buffalo's City Council discussed two grants at their last council meeting that will pay for both alcohol and tobacco compliance checks at city and county businesses, after the request was submitted by Sergeant Garth Nicholas of the Buffalo Police Department on behalf of Chief Jason Carder.