Archive - Jun 19, 2013 - News

Sheridan College Continues to Work on Student Success

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Sheridan College continues to work on ways to help students succeed in their quest at graduating and receiving their diploma. The College Completion Challenge is a national promotion to try and get more students completing college. Sheridan College President Dr.

Walking for a Cause

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The American Cancer Society's annual Relay for Life in Sheridan will take place this Friday night in Kendrick Park. While the location for the event is new this year, much of the fundraiser to help fight cancer remains unchanged.

Lawmakers Raise Impeachment Possibility for Superintendent Hill

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead's office released the inquiry team report this week regarding the Wyoming Department of Education. The report listed a number complaints and concerns about how the agency has been run under State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.

Buffalo Run Target Shooting Banned

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One of Sheridan County's most popular target practice sites has been shut down by the state amid concerns of safety and care of the land.

Clinic: Hunt Deer With Buckshot

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting a free shotgun shooting class this weekend that has a real-world application to Sheridan County Hunters.

Buffalo Adopts Budget

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The Buffalo City Council approved its annual appropriation bill for the upcoming fiscal year Tuesday night.

Scott Foundation Gives $250K to the WYO

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The Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation has pledged $250,000 to the WYO Theater Capital Campaign according to Richard Davis and Kandi Davis, co-chairs of the campaign.