Archive - Mar 3, 2017 - News

400 Attend DSA Wine Festival

Food as well as wine and beer was served at the wine fest Friday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than 400 people attended the Downtown Sheridan Association's Wild West Wine Festival Friday night at the Elk's Lodge.

Improving Education in Wyoming

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Wyoming spends upwards of $9,000 per student a year more than some of our neighboring states do in k-12 education.

Sheridan City Council Preview

Monday, the first Sheridan City Council meeting of March will be held. According to Mayor Roger Miller, the council will hear a staff update from city Utilities Manager Dan Roberts.

Chandelier Donated to Elks Lodge to Kick-Off Fundraising Efforts for Renovations

On Thursday, an antler chandelier, that was donated by Jim & Candy Hardesty in their father's name, was dedicated at the Sheridan Elks Lodge. This chandelier marks the start of a very important project, according to Christina Haworth.

Irish Band Danú at the WYO

The WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan is going to help you start your celebration of St. Patrick’s Day early this year with Irish Band Danú.

Wyoming News Update

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WYOMING-SCHEDULE

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming will host Oregon in Laramie this fall in a nonconference college football matchup.

The game is set for Sept. 16 and will be Oregon's first trip to War Memorial Stadium.

FFA Students Compete in Border Wars

Future Farmers of America students from high schools in Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota will compete next week in the 15th annual Border Wars at Sheridan College.

Sheridan Businessman Named to State Business Council

New Wyoming Business Council member Ron Kensey. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan businessman Ron Kensey will be in Casper next week as a new appointee to the Wyoming Business Council.

Greenleaf Infrastructure Liens Released By City

The Buffalo City Council discussed releasing infrastructure liens they hold on a number of lots in the Greenleaf Subdivision at their last regular meeting.

Art Exhibit Opens Today At Cowboy Carousel Center

A traveling art exhibit featuring photographs of Native American pow-wow dancers from all across North America will open tonight and run through the end of April at Buffalo's Cowboy Carousel Center.