Archive - Jul 24, 2019 - News

Watercolor Wyoming Exhibition Starts Aug. 1

The Watercolor Wyoming 34th Annual National Exhibition, featuring 23 artists from 10 states, will start next week at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

Public Health Office to Close for Training

The Sheridan County Public Health Office will be closed Friday for emergency preparedness training.

Johnson County Approves Loden Minor Subdivision

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a minor subdivision request by Dave Loden to split an existing lot into two separate lots.

Sheridan Commission Amends 2018-19 Budget

The Sheridan County Commission has voted to amend the 2018-2019 budget to transfer unencumbered/unexpended funds within the budget.

JCHC CEO Reviews Issues With Board of Trustees

Johnson County Healthcare Center CEO Sean McCallister touched on a number of issues during his report to the Hospital Board at this month's meeting.

Whitney Center Jazz Orchestra to Go on Tour

The Whitney Center Jazz Orchestra, directed by Eric Richards, Sheridan College music faculty, will tour northeast Wyoming with free concerts in Buffalo, Gillette and Sheridan July 31 through Aug. 2.

UW Researcher Contributes to Paper About Climate Changes Occurring Faster Than Animals Adapt

University of Wyoming Department of Zoology and Physiology Assistant Professor Corey Tarwater, pictured conducting research in Panama, was among scientists on a study about how climate change can threaten species. The scientific journal Nature Communications published the research earlier in the week. (J. Patrick Kelley Photo)

University of Wyoming Department of Zoology and Physiology Assistant Professor Corey Tarwater was among scientists on a study about how climate change can threaten species and that extinctions can affect ecosystem health.

UW Students Attend Reciprocal Meat Conference

UW meats judging team members, from left, Jacob Logar, Haley Cole, Erika Eckhardt, and Clara Ritchie just prior to entering competition at the Reciprocal Meat Conference in Fort Collins.(Courtesy Photo)

Four of the University of Wyoming meats judging team students, along with their coaches and a Cowboy Branded Meats summer intern, attended the Reciprocal Meat Conference in Fort Collins, Colorado recently.

3rd Annual Hoedown and Farm to Table Fundraiser

Courtesy Photo

Rooted in Wyoming’s 3rd annual Hoedown and Farm to Table Fundraiser will be held at the Lazy JA Ranch this year on Saturday September 7.

Change of Plea Hearing Set for Sheridan County Man Charged With 11 Counts of Poaching

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

A Change of Plea hearing has been set for Sheridan County man charged with 11 counts of Wanton Destruction of a Big Game Animal. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.