Archive - Sep 20, 2019 - News

Miller Receives WYO Lotus Award

Susan Miller is this year's recipient of the WYO Theater's Lotus Award. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Lotus is presented annually to individuals who inspire passing for the creative arts in Sheridan by demonstrating outstanding support and selfless dedication to the goals of the WYO.

Sparkman Starts First Year as Principal in Listening Mode

New Big Horn High School principal says he promised to listen for his first year. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Al Sparkman said when he interviewed for the job as principal of Big Horn High School, he promised to be a really good listener during his first year.

School District 1 Hires Job Shadow Liaisons

Sheridan County School District 1 has hired two job shadow liaisons to help students prepare for college and careers.

UW IIE Connects Interns to Startups

The University of Wyoming’s Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship is now connecting startup businesses across the state with student interns.

Chamber CEO Encourages Local Businesses to Start Thinking About Christmas Stroll Decorating Contest

Although it is still over 2 months away, Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce CEO Dixie Johnson encourages local business owners to start thinking about how they would like to decorate their storefront for the annual Lighting and Decorating Contest.

Gun Safety Reminders for Local Hunters

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With fall in full swing, local hunters are no doubt preparing to fill their tags.

Consultant Selected for UW Presidential Search; Listening Sessions Next Week

A national firm whose specialties include higher education executive searches has been selected to assist in the search for the University of Wyoming’s next president.

Chestnut Appointed UW’s Acting VP for Student Affairs

Kimberly Chestnut, associate vice president and dean of students for the University of Wyoming, has been named acting vice president for student affairs, pending approval of the university’s Board of Trustees.

Pretrial Conference Held for Sheridan Man Charged With Felony Cruelty to Animals

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A pretrial conference was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for 21-year-old James Malles of Sheridan for the charges of Felony Aggravated Cruelty to Animals and Misdemeanor Domestic Battery. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sentencing Date Set for Sheridan County Man Charged With Poaching

A date for sentencing has been set for a Sheridan County man charged with 11 counts of Wanton Destruction of a Big Game Animal.