Archive - Mar 13, 2017 - News

The Cookies are In

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It’s Girl Scout Week and yes, those cookies have arrived, but Girl Scouts is so much more than cookies according to Unit Manager Jean Harm.

Chauvin, Atencio Featured in Show at College

Master printmakers Catherine Chauvin and Fawn Atencio are featured in an exhibition starting March 21 in the Edward A. Whitney Gallery, which is in the Whitney Arts Center at Sheridan College.

Council Hears About Projects in Study Session

City councilors Kristin Kelly, left, and Rich Bridger during Monday's study session. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan's city council members will be asked next week to approve part of the Kendrick Park master plan and table another part pending additional meetings.

County Commissioners Support Change at Health Center

Wendy Ongaro, who's executive director of the facility, said the clinic in the past has asked patients to donate to the facility, but now it will ask people who are at poverty level to pay $50 a year for the clinic's services, and those who are low-income to pay $100 a year.

County Opts to Not Participate in Free Days at Landfill

Commission Chairman Steve Maier, in a meeting of the commissioners with Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller and Public Works Director Nic Bateson, said he appreciated having the landfill service available, but the county is currently in a financially critical time and didn't want to spend money on the free

Injury Reported in One-Vehicle Collision

The driver of a pickup truck was reported injured after he crashed into a retaining wall by the bridge at Burkitt Street in Sheridan Saturday afternoon.

Court Action on Wolves

Earlier this month, a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia recognized Wyoming’s wolf management plan should be upheld.

Lynn Gordon’s Embracing Change Seminars

Local Counselor Lynn Gordon has provided several free seminars for those in the community over the first three months of 2017. She will have two more in March and three in April before the program entitled Embracing Change is completed.

Animal Poison Prevention Tip from the Dog and Cat Shelter

There are many common household items that can be dangerous to your pets. Those dangers are not just limited to cleaning supplies and human foods.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming is accepting public comment until March 20 on a proposal to institute cost-based student fees for academic programs.