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Bear Cloud Attorney Requests Supreme Court Overturn Murder Conviction

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Bear Cloud Attorney Requests Supreme Court Overturn Murder Conviction

Lawyers for convicted murderer Wyatt Bear Cloud of Sheridan have filed a motion with the Wyoming Supreme Court requesting that his conviction of 1st Degree Murder be nullified and his case retried in Juvenile Court.

First Parent Advisory Meeting at SHS Set For Thursday

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First Parent Advisory Meeting at SHS Set For Thursday

The first Parent Advisory meeting at Sheridan High School is scheduled for this Thursday. The topic of the meeting is “What Every Parent Needs to Know about High School”.

JAC Begins the Long Process of Hearing From State Agencies

Representative Rosie Berger

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee held the first of many meetings late last week in Cheyenne where the JAC discussed among other things, potential changes to the state employees' group insurance program; construction residency preference and the state employee compensati

Dept. of Ed. Holding Public Hearing on Proposed Seclusion & Restraint Rules Wednesday in Sheridan

The Wyoming Department of Education will hold a meeting to hear public comment about the proposed Chapter 42 Education Rules on Seclusion and Restraint Wednesday in Sheridan at Fort Mackenzie High School from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.

SCSD2 Construction Update, Meadowlark School on Schedule

Sheridan County School District No. 2 received construction updates on the Meadowlark school project and other district improvement projects from Superintendent Craig Dougherty at their monthly meeting Monday.

SCSD2 Board Hears Elementary School Updates

The five elementary school principals from District 2 each gave enthusiastic presentations about their respective schools to the Board of Trustees at their monthly meeting Monday night.

Johnson County Schools See Increase in Students

Dr. Rod Kessler

Enrollment at Johnson County School District No. 1 for the fall of 2011 is 1,303 students, an increase of 61 district-wide from the end of the school year. Data collected shows a steady increase in students during the last few years.

Jo Co Commission Approves Request From CRC

Johnson County Commission

The Community Resource Center approached the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting last week to request some of the $20,000 the commission has set aside for their programs.

Requests Go Out For Design of Crazy Woman Square

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo City Council and the Johnson County Commission approved funding to redesign Crazy Woman Square last month.