Archive - Jun 2019 - News

June 24th

Ucross Gallery Currently Housing Works of First Two Native American Visual Artists

The Ucross Foundation selected Sydney Pursel and Brenda Mallory as the first and second Ucross Native American Fellows in 2018. Currently their works are on display at the Ucross Gallery for the public to enjoy.

SPD Reminds City Residents Fireworks Are Prohibited

As we get closer to the 4th of July, many are gearing up to celebrate by purchasing fireworks. Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Rep. Western Talks Revenue Committee Work

Wyoming Legislators do not work full time in their positions and as such meet sparingly after their start of the year General or Budget Sessions. When they do meet, the Legislators are mostly working on interim topics in their committees.

Case Selected as Director of Manufacturing Works

A Cheyenne-based businessman with diverse experience in sales, management, business analysis and negotiation has been chosen to lead a Wyoming program that helps manufacturers achieve success.

UW Research Details Response of Sagebrush to 2017 Solar Eclipse

Krag Beverly Photo

The total solar eclipse’s swath across Wyoming and the United States in August 2017 provided an opportunity for scientists to study a variety of celestial and earthly phenomena, from learning more about the sun’s corona to the behavior of animals and plants.

June 23rd

Casper airport to get Wyoming loan to expand, renovate

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — One of Wyoming's busiest airports will get more than $2.5 million for renovations.

The state loan will enable Casper/Natrona County International Airport to expand its holding gate and renovate the interior with new furniture, bathrooms and fixtures.

Federal government sends Wyoming $30.2M in PILT payments

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming will receive $30.2 million from the federal government to compensate for federal land that can't be taxed locally.

U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced the payment this past week.

A Look Back in Time: June 24, 1919

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 24, 1919.

'Saturdays in the Square' Approved For Summer

Michelle Jones

“Saturdays in the Square,” will continue this summer in Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square after some requests from Lobban Street Music were granted by the Buffalo City Council.

Johnson County, JCHC Approve Agreement on Health Services

Barry Crago

Johnson County has approved an agreement between the sheriff's department and the Johnson County Healthcare Center for the facility to provide health services to inmates at the county detention center.