A report from the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office regarding the investigation into a political flyer sent to residents of Sheridan and Johnson counties last summer shows Rep. Cyrus Western, R-Big Horn, and Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny initiated the creation and mailing of the advertisement.
AboutKristen Czaban has worked with The Sheridan Press since June 2008, moving to Wyoming after graduating from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She covered a wide range of beats before becoming editor in 2012 and publisher in 2017.
While organizations like The Food Group have worked to reduce childhood hunger in Sheridan for years by providing food bags for local students, the group recently enhanced its strategy by donating equipment — a Charlie Cart — that will allow students to learn to cook at SCSD2.
The staff of the Ranchester business had just spent two weeks training with world-class baking instructor Marda Stoliar, seeking to “level up” and grow Innominate’s customer base by scaling its operations.
That gift will soon become more apparent to the Sheridan community and the state as a whole, as the University of Wyoming announced the launch of the Neltje Center for Excellence in Creativity and the Arts.
The We the People team of Sheridan High School will look to defend its state title next week in Cheyenne.
Local health organizations spent time updating legislators Tuesday on efforts to create a system of care in Sheridan County for individuals seeking mental health services.
Big Horn Elementary School recently received a grant through Blue Cross Blue Shield Wyoming Caring Foundation to help create a learning environment that offers social and emotional support for children, building a culture of responsive, restorative practices that helps students thrive in school and in life.
The discussion came as part of an ongoing effort to update city code to better define the term “open space,” particularly as it applies to future developments.
The ordinance revision, as written, would allow the mayor to issue an emergency proclamation, which then authorizes the city administrator to take necessary steps to respond, including the expenditure of funds, hiring of employees and hiring contractors.