Sheridan

SHERIDAN COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE
Sheridan College announced today the hiring of Dr. Leah Barrett as the new Vice President for Student Affairs.

Local counselor Lynn Gordon is back this month offering her Brown Bag Briefings self-help free classes.

The Classic Western Film Series at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan will have its final showing today at 2. The last installment of the series is “Death Rides a Horse”.

Sheridan County’s District 1 high school in Big Horn has been ranked the top high school in the state by Niche.

This week’s delves into what the Constitution means by “natural born”citizens. What it says is that certain foreign born children of U.S. citizens are “natural born citizens.”

Plumes of smoke may be seen over the Big Horns in coming weeks. Forest firefighters will be burning slash piles in areas around Red Grade Road. The piles scheduled for burning are located at Swamp Creek, Big Goose Ranger Station, Spear-O-Wigwam, Coffeen Park, and along the road into Dome Lake.

The U.S. Forest service is now hiring temporary workers for the spring and summer season in the local area. Susie Douglas made the announcement.

The Sheridan City Council will receive a financial snapshot at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night. Sheridan Mayor John Heath feels the city is in pretty good shape.

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