Local Business NewsApril 16, 2013
SHERIDAN — Community members who think they might have allergies are invited to make an appointment for a simple allergy screening test to be held at Big Horn Ear, Nose and Throat. The test will take about 45 minutes and will test for several standard allergens. In the case of a positive test, options for Read MoreApril 2, 2013
SHERIDAN — Sheridan area ranchers are criticizing a new rule handed down by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, saying it places an undue burden on independent cattle producers. The animal disease traceability rule, which went into effect last month, creates additional livestock identification measures for producers looking to ship animals out of state. Ostensibly, the Read MoreMarch 26, 2013
SHERIDAN — New figures from the Wyoming Community Development Association suggest that Sheridan County’s rapidly aging population is making it difficult for younger people to gain a foothold in the area’s housing market. While Wyoming’s market remains generally favorable to buyers, affordable housing is harder to come by in Sheridan County than in much of Read More
SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery invites the public to three free workshops Saturday.The day will start at 8:30 a.m. with “Plotting the Veggie Garden: Companion Planting, Raised Beds and More.” Janelle Gray and Phil Gilmore will explain the many styles of vegetable gardens including raised beds, vertical and square foot gardening. Plant placement for Read MoreMarch 19, 2013
SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery invites the public to free workshops Saturday and March 26 at Landon’s, 505 College Meadow Drive. At 10 a.m. Landon’s will present “Orchids — the Ultimate Houseplant.” Stan Gordon of Fantasy Orchids will offer advice on how to bring a taste of the tropics into your home. He will Read More
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Workforce Development Committee is offering supervisors’ training to help businesses establish policies for maintaining a drug-free workplace and identifying substance use and abuse in the workplace. This free training is a great way to see how a drug-free workplace policy could benefit your organization.
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce and Sheridan Travel and Tourism are encouraging local nominations for Wyoming’s third annual Rare and Exceptional Achievement for Customer Service and Hospitality awards. The Wyoming Office of Tourism is accepting nominations through April 2.The four nomination categories for 2012 are customer service organization of the year, customer Read More
SHERIDAN — Sheridan-based BeneTerra was selected as one of six finalists for the Rocky Mountain Region Water Management Company of the Year Award and ultimately named the 2012 Water Management Company of the Year at the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Awards ceremony held earlier this month in Denver. The award recognizes organizations that provide Read More
SHERIDAN — The board of directors of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is expected to consider this week whether to contribute money to an effort aimed at offsetting federal budget cuts that stand to threaten tourism in Wyoming. An initiative headed up by the Cody Chamber of Commerce and supported by several statewide organizations Read MoreMarch 12, 2013
SHERIDAN — Purenergy Fitness is celebrating its one year anniversary this week with special offers for new and existing members. “We have come a long way in one year,” owner Nolan Moxey said in a press release. “We have increased our number of employees to nine, increased our class offerings to 21 classes per week Read More
Landon’s workshops scheduled for Saturday, Tuesday SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery invites the public to two free workshops on Saturday at Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery. At 10 a.m. nursery staff will present “What’s New, What’s Hot.” Participants will be introduced to some of the new annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs that Landon’s will have available Read More
SHERIDAN — The effort to build a new center for improving educational opportunities in Native American communities is set to move forward this week. After nearly a year of planning, the public unveiling of a feasibility study for a proposed institute and think tank at the north end of Sheridan will take place today. Read MoreMarch 5, 2013
SHERIDAN — After an absence of several years, the Sheridan College Technology Expo and Open House is set to return Wednesday at the SC campus tech center and the SC Construction Technology Shop at 244 N. Brooks St. The event aims to showcase both students and programs of the SC Technology Department.March 4, 2013
SHERIDAN — Just weeks after they won $13,500 in start-up capital and a great deal of exposure in a national entrepreneurship competition, Sheridan High School graduate Alex Lowe and two of his classmates at Massachusetts’ Babson College have incorporated a new company set to specialize in live-roasted craft coffee. “We’re well on our way to Read MoreMarch 1, 2013
SHERIDAN — The Chief Operating Officer of a Laramie-based product manufacturing company told a packed house at The Black Tooth Brewing Company Thursday that having a good idea isn’t enough when it comes to owning a business. Tony Nevshemal, COO of Raman Spectrometer specialists DeltaNu, said the ability to competently run the company is Read MoreFebruary 26, 2013
SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Technology Business Center’s “e2e” educational networking program will offer a business presentation titled “Transforming Your Startup Into a Process Driven Company.” Tony Nevshemal will talk about his experiences, including guiding a small University of Wyoming invention spinoff company to its acquisition by a Nasdaq listed company.
SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery is hosting several free workshops Saturday. At 10 a.m. Phil Gilmore will present “Compost — the Soil Miracle.” Attendees can learn how to turn table scraps and lawn leavings into rich black compost to nourish gardens.
STORY — For a business to survive in an isolated area like Story, its owners need to be driven. That’s a lesson Andrea and Dick Phillips learned quickly after purchasing the longstanding Wagon Box Inn and relocating from Casper in 2004.February 19, 2013
SHERIDAN — Cloud Peak CrossFit took first place honors at a statewide CrossFit competition this past weekend. The Second Annual CrossFit Affiliate Competition was held in Casper and featured 17 teams from CrossFit gyms around Wyoming. This year’s first place finish is far cry from the gym’s showing at last year’s event.February 5, 2013
SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presented donations to the hospital totaling $40,000 at the organization’s annual meeting Feb. 1. The Auxiliary has now provided the hospital with more than $413,000 over the years.January 29, 2013
SHERIDAN – Senior living community Emeritus at Sugarland Ridge is encouraging Sheridan residents to nominate an area senior who might be alone this Valentine’s Day to receive a free dinner at home with presents and friends. One local senior will be chosen among those nominated by the public to receive the prize.
SHERIDAN – Rehabilitation Enterprises of Northeastern Wyoming has announced that Chris Ahlstrom has been named as the new CEO and president of the nonprofit organization. Ahlstrom who has been serving as RENEW’s chief financial officer will continue on as CFO while now also serving as RENEW’s president and CEO. He had been the nonprofit’s acting president Read More
“It’s important to be realistic about what Sheridan is and what it offers,” Buckley said. “We want a very clear understanding from the community at large about what they would like to see STT provide for them.” It also remains to be seen if and how allocation of STT’s grant funds will change under Buckley’s Read More