Archive - Oct 5, 2017 - News

Native Americans Celebrated at Sheridan College

Braylee Armajo, left, speaks to audience. Behind her are MC Leroy Not Afraid and officers of the newly formed Native American Club. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Native American food, music and dancing and presentations by representatives from various tribes marked the first Native American Day celebration at Sheridan College Thursday night.

Hospital Foundation Presents Check

Hospital Employees and Link Partners in Pink committee members, from left, Jill Warejcka, Sandra Thayer, Mary Kay Liggett, Chris Bilyeu, Stephanie Williams, Meredith Sopko, Ada Kirven and Jennifer Destefano. (Courtesy photo)

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation this week presented hospital trustees with a check for more than $220,000, the final installment of the nearly $305,000 raised to upgrade the hospital's digital mammography equipment.

Bullard's Story Comes to WYO

The story of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot and adventurer, will be presented in the play “Wings of Courage” at Sheridan's WYO Theater starting at 4 p.m. Sunday.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Crow Agency Water Treatment Facility Vandalized

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Tribal officials are urging Crow Agency residents not to drink or touch the water after one or more vandals shot up, smashed and burned the area's water treatment facility, causing an estimated $1 million in damage.

Native American Day at Sheridan College

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Sheridan College students Aubrey Meiwald and Braylee Armajo. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

In the wake of racial slurs that were directed towards Native American students at Sheridan College, an education/awareness event has been planned for this evening at the College.

Sheridan County to Amend Mobile Home Parks Rules and Regulations

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Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Rules and Regulations governing mobile home parks in Sheridan County will soon be changing as the Board of County Commissioners this week issued a public notice of intent to amend the rules and regulations.

Senator Enzi Discusses Tax Reform

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Photo Ron Richter ©)

As the United States Senate Budget Committee began consideration of the Senate’s budget resolution for fiscal year 2018, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said Congress should focus on growing America’s economy through tax policies that put more money in the hands of hardworking Americans.

Auditions Tonight, Saturday For 'Barefoot In The Park'

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will hold auditions tonight and again on Saturday for their coming play, an adaptation of Neil Simon's “Barefoot In The Park.”

Lobban Avenue Project Nearer To Completion

Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project is still underway but is inching closer to completion.