Archive - Jul 2018 - News

Pocket Pets Come in Wide Variety

Pocket pet owners line up for the judge's review. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The pocket pets come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

4-H Members Decorate Booths

4-H club members check out decorating possibilities. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County's 4-H clubs got together and decorated their booths in the Exhibit Hall at the county fairgrounds Tuesday afternoon.

Cabin Building at the Museum

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Tot Spot, a monthly program for children ages 0-4, met Tuesday to learn a little bit of Sheridan County history. Part of that history included building cabins in our part of the country.

4-H, FFA Static Exhibits Judged Tuesday

The first of three days of horse events also started Tuesday. This is a team in team sorting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Four-H and FFA members met with judges Tuesday to talk about projects ranging from posters to photography to robotics at this year's Sheridan County Fair.

President Trump Signs Enzi CTE Bill Into Law

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President Trump signed a reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education (CTE) Act into law today, which will help students and workers get the skills they need to find high-skill, high-wage or in-demand jobs.

Secretary Ryan Zinke and Governor Matt Mead Work Together to Conserve Big Game Migration Corridor in Southwest Wyoming

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U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead today announced the Department will prioritize the conservation of a mule deer migration corridor in southwest Wyoming through both deferred lease sales and lease stipulations.

$2.5 Million Gift Advances UW Petroleum Engineering, Tier-1 Engineering Initiative

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Alumnus David D. Le Norman’s transformational $2.5 million gift to the University of Wyoming will support engineering, energy and STEM programs, and the future of Wyoming’s economy.

Grammy-Winning Conspirare to Perform ‘Considering Matthew Shepard’ Oct. 6 at LHS

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Grammy-winning Conspirare, a choir inspired by the power of music to change lives, will perform during the University of Wyoming’s 20th remembrance of Matthew Shepard’s murder.

Still Time to Sign Up for Bike MS

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information from the brain to the body. In an effort to support research to find a cure and stop MS, the Bike MS Bighorn Classic Fundraiser will be taking place in the Sheridan area on August 11 and 12.

Sheridan County Museum Hour Changes

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum have changed their scheduled hours of operation.