Archive - Aug 17, 2011 - News

UW President Talks Research Station With College District Officials

During the Presidents report of the Northern Wyoming Community College District monthly meeting Wednesday, Dr. Paul Young spoke about UW President Tom Buchanan's visit to Sheridan Wednesday.

Redistricting: A Change for Story Residents?

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee met in Torrington and Cheyenne this week to discuss redistricting. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Entries Being Accepted for 2012 Sheridan County Calender Contest

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Entries are now being accepted for the 2012 Sheridan County Calender Contest. Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Sheridan County Historical Society says that the contest, now in its 6th year has really taken off.

SCSD1 Adopts Resolution for Relief from AYP Requirements of No Child Left Behind

Sheridan County School District No. 1 approved several resolutions at their regular board meeting this week.

Resources Available in Sheridan County for Suicide Awareness

It may not an easy topic to talk about, but just addressing the issue of suicide may be a large part of its prevention.

Free Clinic Possibly on the Move

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The Free Clinic of Sheridan County may possibly on the move as the Sheridan County Commissioners gave their support of a grant application through the state to renovate the Public Health building on S. Main Street to accommodate the Free Clinic.

WYDOT: Coffeen, Brundage Intersection Construction Alert for Wed.

WYDOT is installing a new four-head signal traffic light Wednesday at the intersection of Brundage Lane and Coffeen Avenue. Rhonda Holwell, Public Involvement Specialist for WYDOT, advises motorists as to what they can expect.

House Fire Tuesday on Dee Drive Controlled Quickly

A structure fire originated in some electrical panels on the outside of a private residence at 76 Dee Drive on Tuesday afternoon, but was extinguished in less than an hour by Sheridan Fire-Rescue and Goose Valley Fire Department.

Back to School: SHS, SJHS Regstration Starts Wednesday

Sheridan Junior High School and High School will hold their registration and orientation starting at 9 am Wednesday.

Jo Co Hearing on Animal Regs Draws Concerned Residents

The Johnson County Commissioners hosted a public hearing to allow concerned residents the opportunity to voice their opinions and make suggestions regarding the proposed animal regulations the commissioners are looking at adopting.