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March 18th, 2014

School Board Designing New Evaluation Model

The Johnson County School Board, at their last meeting, got a look at a plan for a new teacher evaluation model for the district from Assistant Superintendent Dr. Jeannie Iberlin.

County Zoning Regulations In Hands Of Commissioners

The Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission forwarded copies of the proposed zoning regulations they have completed and sent a letter informing the county commissioners they have completed the regulations and completed all requirements involving public notices and public hearings in accordance with state law.

New Shelter Director Settling In

After almost a decade of Cel Hope at the helm, the Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan has a new director. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

City Staff Working on General Fund Reserve Policy

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A committee comprised of City of Sheridan staff have been busy working on a general fund reserve policy. A draft of that policy was presented to the City Council Monday night by Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens.

Safety Improvements Planned for Red Grade, Soldier Creek Roads

People driving through the Big Horns on County Road 26, known as Red Grade, west of Sheridan, may soon see a speed-activated caution light on the road's most dangerous curve.

Girl Scout Baby

Pictured here are Alexis and Matthew Brown with the 2014 Girl Scout Baby:

Tuesday 03-18-14

Matt Davis, Forever Plaid / National Architecture Week, Dan Stalker

Whitney, School Disagreement Continues

When last we reported on the disagreement between the Whitney Benefits and Sheridan School District boards regarding funding of a proposed multi-recreational center, here’s the question that was raised.

Ranchester Gives Second Reading to Tank, Lagoon Annexes

Ranchester's town Council will have a second reading tomorrow evening on proposed annexation of the town's water tank and sewer lagoon sites.

College Board Meets This Week

Trustees who administer Sheridan College and its Gillette and Johnson County campuses will consider approving tenure for nine faculty members at their meeting this week.