Archive - 2010 - News

January 11th

Parks And Open Space Subject Of City Work Session

The Sheridan City Council held a work session on the future of parks and open space and how they will interact with ongoing land development.

Banner Man Accused Of Multiple Burglaries Appears In Court

42-year-old Jess Long of Banner made his initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court on Monday. Long is charged with 4 counts of burglary and one count of criminal entry.

Sheridan County School District 2 Holds First 2010 Meeting

Meadowlark Elementary School is 11th out of 14 schools on the list for capital construction funding in the Wyoming State Legislature.

Sheridan High School Honored As One Of The Top Schools In The Nation

School Evaluation Services, run by Standard and Poor’s, recently reviewed high schools across the country.

Three More District 2 Teachers Receive National Board Certification

Three more teachers have joined the ranks of those Sheridan County School District 2 teachers who have received their National Board Certification.

Planning Commission Gives Thumbs Up To New Hotel In South Sheridan

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission unanimously approved a new three story Fairfield Inn Hotel that will be located on two acres of land just south of Shipton's Big “R” on Sugarland Drive.

The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild Play “Drop Dead” Will Make Its Debut This Friday

This Friday night the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild's production of the play “Drop Dead” will make its debut at the Carriage House Theater.

Monthly Chamber Luncheon Will Take A Look Back and Forward

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be holding their first luncheon of the year this Wednesday.

Child Advocacy Services Gets Boost from Community Foundation

Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns received a grant from the Sheridan/Johnson Community Foundation that will go a long way toward funding growing needs in Johnson County.

January 10th

Sheridan College Begins Presidential Search

The search for a new Sheridan College president has begun in earnest. The College Board met in a special session on Friday and they decided to contract with the Association of Community College Trustees to provide recruitment services.