Archive - Nov 2017 - News

November 30th

NSI Gifts $15,000 to Sheridan Area Rural Fire Department

Members of the Student Executive Leadership Team join Executive Director Gary Frohl, left against wall, and NSI board member/County Commissioner Bob Rolston in presenting a check to Sheridan Area Rural Fire Chief Bob Williams. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Area Rural Fire Department, also known as Goose Valley, has received $15,000 from NSI Academy of Sheridan.

Trail End Annual Holiday Open House

The Trail End Historic Site is all made up with christmas decorations that include seven trees, dozens of poinsettia, and thousands of lights for their Annual Holiday Open House.

Meningitis Scare at UW

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In October, a student attending the University of Wyoming was hospitalized and treated for meningitis.

Christmas Crafts at the Library

Families and friends are invited once again this year to enjoy Christmas craft making at the Fulmer Library’s Inner Circle the next two Tuesdays.

City Begins Process of Adopting National Electrical Code

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City of Sheridan Interim Public Works Director Lane Thompson

In July of this past summer, the State of Wyoming adopted the 2017 National Electrical Code. To be able to keep “Home Rule”, the City of Sheridan must adopt, at a minimum, the same codes that the State adopts within 6 months of that action.

Fundraiser Planned for Miss Wyoming Scholarship Foundation

A fundraiser for the Miss Wyoming Scholarship Foundation will be held a week from Saturday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Toys for Tots Campaign in Full Swing

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The Sheridan area Marine Corp Toys for Tots campaign is in full swing with over 20 toy donation boxes located at local stores and businesses.

November 30th

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An LGBT advocacy group has asked the Casper City Council to pass an anti-discrimination resolution.

Addlesperger: Medical Care Big Part of Opioid Problem

Dr. John Addlesperger. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Medical care has played a big part in the current opioid problem.

'Waves' to be Focus of Science Saturday

Waves in the world around us are the focus of next month's Science Saturday program at Sheridan College.