Archive - Jul 9, 2018 - News

School District 1 Staff Get Raises

From left, District 1 Trustee Carol Garber and Trustees Chairman Gary Reynolds. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Employees of Sheridan County School District 1 have received increases in their pay.

Family, Friends Remember Kinnison

People visit during the reception that followed the Celebration of Life for Tom Kinnison. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special event this week. This is her story.

County OKs Compensation Agreement With University

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the annual compensation agreement between themselves and the University of Wyoming for the county's 4-H Extension Educator.

Buffalo Mayor Gives Tech Park Progress Update

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson gave an update to the city council on the progress of the tech park project, which is a portion of Johnson County's TW Road reconstruction project.

Gas Line Cut Near Hospital

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UPDATE- Gas line capped, Highland reopened

Early Monday afternoon, a gas line was cut near Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Sheridan PD Talk Bike Training

The Sheridan Police Department regularly utilizes mountain bike patrols during the warmer months in the City. Officers that you see on bikes during events and throughout the city during the summer don’t just get on the bike and go.

Kidslife Has Special Events Planned for Friday, Sunday

Sheridan’s Kidslife is a local non profit that looks to help all kids meet their spiritual and practical needs. According to Executive Director Ryan Koltiska, there will be two events this weekend to get kids involved.

UW Ecology Student Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

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You could say that Samuel Case’s education has gone to the birds. The University of Wyoming Ph.D. student received a feather in his cap, recently earning a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet July 10-13 in Cody

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will hear a report on implementation of UW’s strategic plan and receive updates on a number of other matters during a meeting Tuesday through Friday, July 10-13, in Cody.

UW’s Jacoby Golf Course Lifts Its Profile

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Investments in improvements to the University of Wyoming’s Glenn “Red” Jacoby Golf Course are paying dividends, as the course is attracting more high-level competitions.