Ranchester

Dr. Doug Reitinger teaches first year English Composition at Sheridan College. However, he has been concerned for some time about student results in these writing courses—both in his own classes, and also from department assessments of English 1010 classes.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees honored three of their outgoing members at their regular meeting Thursday night.

Some described the relationship as “close.” Others said said the partnership was “intimate.” They were describing the connection between our local NWCCD community colleges and the surrounding “communities.”

However, it may be that the relationship is less partnership and more like, well, lichens. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love explains:

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is in the midst of their much anticipated AQIP “quality checkup visit.” This visit is just part of what the college district has to do in order to remain an accredited institution under AQIP guidelines.

Members of the Sheridan County Commission, the Sheridan City Council and SAWS, along with a handful of City employees attended a work session in City Hall Wednesday afternoon.

A travel warning has been issued for Red Grade Road. Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston:

The November Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees meeting started an hour earlier than usual, to allow time for a presentation by Mark Higdon, President of the Wyoming School Board Association.

“Feed the deer spice” was one facetious remark from an attendee at Sheridan City Council's meeting Monday night. The comment was referring to two of the big issues on the table at the meeting. One had to do with controlling the growing deer population within Sheridan city limits.

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