Archive - Apr 12, 2017 - News

Start-Up Challenge Finalists to be Presented Next Month

Wyoming Technology Business Center Director John Dick. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The five finalists in the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge will vie publicly for three $5,000 prizes and access to a $50,000 seed fund in a presentation on May 23.

New WYO Whiskey Available Now

The new WYO Rodeo Whiskey which has been launched by Bighorn Spirits of Big Horn is available now for special order and will be shipped to Wyoming and on the shelves by the third week of June.

Sheridan Salvation Army Celebrates Special Week

Sheridan's Salvation Army has planned special activities this week in celebration of Salvation Army Week.

Amy and Annie at the WYO

Singing and songwriting twin sisters and Wyoming natives Amy and Annie are bringing their act to the WYO Theater stage in Sheridan on Thursday night. The duo has been performing together since they were around the age of 11.

March Against Sexual Assault Set for Friday

On Friday, there will be a March Against Sexual Assault on the Sheridan VA Campus. Mallary Bumbaca, a Victim Advocate with the Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan tells us more.

$2 Million Grant Awarded to Help Laid Off Coal Workers

Wyoming has been awarded up to $2 million to retrain northeast Wyoming workers impacted by layoffs in the coal industry. The grant came from the U.S.

Police Chief Proposes New Liquor License Ordinance

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Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens is proposing that the Sheridan City Council adopt a new revised Liquor License Ordinance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Weather Spotter Training Class Set for Saturday

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The National Weather Service in Billings will host a Skywarn Weather Spotter Training class Saturday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Masonic Lodge in Sheridan.

VOA Receives Gift From Powder River Energy

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Pictured (left to right) Kristin Kelly (Marketing and Communications Specialist for PRECorp), Claude Alley Director of Homeless Services for Volunteers of America), Jennifer Barnes (Member Service Representative for PRECorp), and Steve Eliason (PRECorp) (Courtesy Photo)

Volunteers of America received a $1,000 gift from Powder River Energy Corporation, who made the donation as a result of their employee ugly Christmas sweater contest.

Wyoming News Update

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming woman has acknowledged stealing more than $48,000 from an 89-year-old man with dementia.