The Hub on Smith’s recent acquisition of property on Brooks Street — which was triggered by a collaboration between Seven Pillars, LLC., the Northern Wyoming Community College District and Whitney Benefits — will help the organization grow one of its critical services.
The remains of Cpl. DeMaret Kirtley will return home with a law enforcement escort Thursday
Michelle Lagory is a soft-spoken woman who tucks her hair behind her ear carelessly.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation Aeronautics Commission unanimously approved a contract between the state and SkyWest Airlines Monday, officially selecting SkyWest as the state’s preferred carrier for four critical air service communities, including Sheridan.
Wyoming Education Attainment Executive Committee launched the Wyoming Works program June 20, allocating $5 million from the state Legislature to support the program; $3 million will be used for individual student grants and the remaining will be used to support program development.
More than 475 community members made history as they marched from the Cozy Corner on Coffeen Avenue through much of Sheridan’s downtown and back in Sheridan’s first-ever LGBQT+ Pride March.
Two Rock Springs natives will advance to the national competition after winning the Miss Wyoming and Miss Wyoming Outstanding Teen scholarship competition Saturday at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center in Sheridan.