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May 20th, 2016

Sheridan’s Jeans and Queens Square Dance Club Hosts 65th Annual Cowtown Hoedown

For six and a half decades the Sheridan Jeans and Queens Square Dance Club has hosted their Cowtown Hoedown. This weekend dancers from multiple states will gather for this year’s event. Jeans and Queens Secretary Jolene Burr.

Governor Mead Activates Personnel for Flood Response

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Governor Matt Mead has activated the Wyoming National Guard and has asked the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security to assist with flood prevention efforts in Carbon and Fremont Counties. Rising temperatures are expected to contribute to flood risk over the next few weeks.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Should President Obama visit Hiroshima?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
39% (207 votes)
No
56% (299 votes)
Undecided
5% (28 votes)
Total votes: 534

May 19th

County Valuations Up, State Down From Last Year

The good news for Sheridan County, according to County Assessor Paul Fall, is that local property assessments are up more than 3 percent over values last year.

Broncs Advance Lady Broncs Eliminated from 4-A East Regional Soccer / State Track Continues / Sheridan Jets Home Saturday / Troopers host RC 320 Sunday

STATE TRACK AND FIELD - The Wyoming high school track and field state championships continue today in Casper.

4-A EAST REGIONAL SOCCER - The 4-A East regional soccer tournament opened yesterday the Broncs advanced while the Lady Broncs were eliminated.

The Lady Broncs fell to Cheyenne East 2-1, the T-Birds scored a late second half goal to knock the Lady Broncs out of the post season.

A Look Back in Time: May 20, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 20, 1916.

College Will Lay Off Staff in Response to Funding Drops

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Northern Wyoming Community College District will lay off administrative staff, cut expenses and draw on reserve funds to offset a loss of $1.8 million in operating funds for the next two years.

College Board Adopts Mill Levy

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, which operates Sheridan and Gillette colleges and an outreach center in Buffalo, voted Thursday to continue the one-mill tax levy for the next two years for college operations.