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June 19th, 2012

Larger Parking Lot for Big Horn Campus

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Now that the new elementary school building is up and the old is down Groathouse Construction Inc. is busy tearing up the old and putting down a new parking lot for the Big Horn Campus. The addition of more parking spaces will be a welcome addition to the campus as will the landscaping when it is finished in August.

SCSD#2 Board Considers Name Change for Coffeen Elementary

Principle of Coffeen Elementary School, Nicole Trahan, approached the Sheridan County School District #2's board of trustees Monday night to propose changing the name of her school.

Council Approves Budget Resolution

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Council Approves Budget Resolution

Soon after a public hearing that yielded no public comment, the Sheridan City Council approved the budget for the upcoming fiscal year Monday evening.

TROOPERS FALL / OUT ON THE ROAD TONIGHT

TROOPERS BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers dropped a 10-5 decision to Helena, Montana Monday night.

Short Stop Conner Mcafferty had a three run triple to spot the troops a 3-1 lead in the 3rd inning but Helena went off for 6 runs in the 5th to take a 7-3 lead.

The Troops would make it 7-5 but the the Senators countered with three more runs in the 7th to put the game away.

It was just their second loss in the last 12 games Head coach Ben Phillips says the breaks just didn't go their way.

First Light Awarded TANF Preschool Grant

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First Light Children's Center in Sheridan.

First Light Children's Center in Sheridan has received a TANF grant in the amount of $154,986 from the Wyoming Department of Education. First Light Assistant Director Katie Christopherson explains how the grant will be used.

WYSTAR PUD II Resolution Approved by Council

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WYSTAR PUD II Resolution Approved by Council

After a nearly two hour public hearing, the Sheridan City Council gave their approval of the final plat and revised conceptual pan of the WYSTAR Recovery Campus Planned Unit Development II Monday night.

SCFPL Entertains Unlikely Visitors

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library had some unusual visitors last week.

Employers: Know How To Handle Your Summer Workforce

Tourist season is in full swing in Sheridan County, and many middle and high school students have started their summer jobs. Chanda (Shanda) Richards, Manager of the Workforce Center in Sheridan, reminds employers to stay up-to-date regarding labor laws for

Jo Co Will Save With New Health Insurance Administrator

Johnson County Commissioners

Cobecon representatives Ryan Theiss and Dianna Madvig gave a report to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting concerning savings the county would see by switching employee health insurance administration to Blue Cross/Blue Shield.

Weekend Yoga Workshop Seeks To Address Back Pain, Scoliosis

Balanced Living, Health and Wellbeing Consultants, LLC, is co-sponsoring a public workshop Saturday that focuses on how to use yoga as a tool to alleviate back pain and scoliosis.