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January 12th, 2010

Sheridan College Prepares For Spring Semester

Colleges and universities typically see a drop in student enrollments between the fall and spring semesters. Sheridan College is no different in that regard.

Fire Prevention Is A Large Part Of The Mission Of Sheridan Fire-Rescue

The yearly report on Sheridan Fire-Rescue’s fire prevention efforts was released this week. The report states that Sheridan Fire-Rescue completed over 300 inspections of motels, restaurants, schools, day cares, and Main Street businesses throughout the year. Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer says prevention efforts were very successful last year.

Dayton Council Receives Financial Snapshot At Workshop

The Dayton Town Council held a workshop Tuesday night to receive a financial snapshot of how the fiscal year is shaping up.

School District One Superintendent Talks About What's On the Horizon For State Funding For Education

While nobody can predict what's going to happen over the next several years with the state's revenue stream, the outlook for funding educational services isn't as dim as what was projected as little a

Drip List Available for Dayton Residents

Even though the weather has been warmer lately, the Town of Dayton has been experiencing a high number of residential freeze ups on their water lines.

Mayor Questions Whether Developers Are Doing Their Part For The Community

Several questions have arisen with the most recent annexation request to the City of Sheridan. The Cloud Peak Ranch project includes over 500 acres total, and the parcel on the south side of 5th Street will include a 9-hole addition to the Sheridan Country Club golf course.

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.