Archive - Apr 6, 2017 - News

Goose Creek Transit Hosts Open House

Attendees gather in the new Goose Creek Transit area. Transportation Director Steve Ainslie is grilling hamburgers for a lunch for the dignitaries. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A ribbon-cutting and open house Thursday introduced the new expanded Goose Creek Transit facilities to the public.

We the People Showcase Dinner on Monday

For the 4th consecutive year, the Sheridan High School We the People team has been named the State Champions.

CAST Reports Enplanement Increase

The Sheridan-Johnson County’s Critical Air Service Team known as CAST saw an increase in their enplanements from January-February of 2016 versus the same months this year. Renee’ Obermueller with CAST.

Bottoms Up Bash Raises Funds, Awareness for Colon Cancer

In January of 2011, 48-year-old Dana Townsend of Sheridan was diagnosed with late stage colon cancer. After a grueling battle with the disease, Townsend beat the very thing she thought at one point would kill her.

County Looks to Demo Building on Alger Street

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller was given the green light by the Sheridan County Commission to move forward with developing a request for proposal for a possible demolition project.

Open House Held for North Main Interchange Project

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Officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the City of Sheridan hosted an open house Wednesday to provide an update on the North Main Interchange project.

Senator Enzi: ‘Gorsuch Should Be An Easy Pick for Supreme Court’

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Courtesy photo)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming spoke on the Senate floor Wednesday to show his support of President Trump’s nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch.

UW Announces $2.5 Million Donation

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The University of Wyoming announced this week that Alchemy Sciences Inc. has donated $2.5 million that will support research on enhanced oil recovery and production.

Wyoming News Update

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RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Officials say a house fire in Riverton that left a 71-year-old woman dead was caused by a cigarette she was smoking while on oxygen therapy.

New Wyo. Wilderness Director on Board This Week

New Wyoming Wilderness Director Marco Restani. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As the new executive director of the Wyoming Wilderness Association, Marco Restani works with the 10-member board of directors on strategic plans for the organization, works with a staff of five people on their individual projects, and does fundraising.