Archive - Mar 30, 2017 - News

Preservation Services Director Says Sheridan is 'Inspiring'

Keynote speaker Lesley Gilmore at historic Sheridan program. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan is an inspiring town, according to the director of CTA's historic preservation services.

'Cowboy Carnegies' on Exhibit at Sheridan Library

The exhibit includes this photo of the old Sheridan Carnegie library. (Photo by Pat Blair)

An exhibit celebrating Carnegie library buildings in Wyoming is on display now through the end of April at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

Business Council Grants Emergency Declaration, Loan to Beet Growers

Wyoming's Business Council granted an economic emergency declaration and approved nearly $5.7 million in loans to sugar beet growers in three counties Thursday.

Mental Health Executive Director Pleased That No More Cuts Were Issued During Legislative Session

It is no secret the downturn in the energy industry has hit Wyoming hard financially. Programs like the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center receive over half of their revenue from the state.

Three Sheridan High Schoolers Announced as 2017 Daniels Scholars

Three Sheridan High School seniors, Zachary Boyd Gale, Behley Marie Malkuch, and Anna Noel Miech, have been announced as part of the 2017 Class of Daniels Scholars. Daniels Scholars are students who show exceptional character, leadership, and commitment to the community.

Sheridan College Wind Ensemble Performs on April 8th

Sheridan College’s Wind Ensemble will perform at the Whitney Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 8th. The Ensemble, which is directed by Dr. Eric Richards, will be conducted by Dr. David Knutson, Conductor Emeritus.

The Trouble With Rain

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

We conclude our series today about springtime flooding. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Trail End Opens Saturday

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan will open for its 35th season Saturday at 1 pm.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State education officials are reviewing Wyoming's math standards for students and could decide to make some changes in the next year or two.

Board Applies for Loan to Finance Natural Gas Pipeline

Peter Clark at Wednesday's Chamber of Commerce coffee. On the left is Gail Symons. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board will apply this week for a $4 million loan to help finance construction of a natural gas pipeline that will serve the towns of Dayton and Ranchester, including the schools in those towns.