Archive - Oct 11, 2018 - News

Senate Candidates Disagree on ENDOW, Air Service Subsidy

State Senate candidates from left, Biteman and Hackman. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The candidates for Sheridan County's District 21 seat in the Wyoming Senate offered voters a clear choice Thursday night in their support, or lack of it, for ENDOW – Governor Matt Mead's Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming initiative.

Hub Celebrates Volunteers

Volunteers gather in The Hub's dining room for a meal in their honor. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Hub on Smith Street celebrated its volunteers with dinner and music at the facility Thursday night.

Buffalo Mayor Candidates Speak To Voters During Forum

Randy Dyess
Shane Shrader

Johnson County voters were able to meet and ask questions of candidates for House District 40, County Assessor, and Mayor of Buffalo during a recent forum hosted by the American Legion Post #13 in Buffalo.

Search & Rescue Addresses Equipment, Training Needs

Johnson County Search and Rescue officials came before the county commissioners at their recent meeting to inform them that they were needing to replace equipment and pay for training exercises to keep them updated to perform their duties.

'McTeacher Night' Benefits Buffalo's Clear Creek Middle School

Aaron Mines, Andrea Storo, Larry Storo, Jr.

McDonald's in Buffalo hosted a “McTeacher Night” Thursday, where portions of the proceeds made during the evening will go to benefit Clear Creek Middle School in Buffalo.

Centennial Theater to Host Successful Native American Film

Courtesy Photo

Scottish director Steven Lewis Simpson took on an adaptation of best-selling novel Neither Wolf Nor Dog by Kent Nerburn, and thus far the non-Hollywood film has seen incredibly successful ratings.

UW Professors Introduce Gaelic Football into Their Classes

When University of Wyoming professors Tristan Wallhead and Mark Byra were in Limerick, Ireland, in 2013 for an international conference, they had a stopover in Dublin.

October Features Two Met Lives at the WYO

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center will hold their first two Met Live screenings of the season this month.

Rocky Mountain Citizen Science Conference Nov. 29-Dec. 1 in Cody

The University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute and the Draper Natural History Museum will host the second Rocky Mountain Citizen Science Conference Thursday, Nov. 29-Saturday, Dec. 1, in Cody.

Candidate Forum at Sheridan High School

Candidates for Sheridan City Council at Wednesday night's forum. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The first of two candidate forums was held Wednesday night at Sheridan High School. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.