Sheridan

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees will convene a public hearing this week on their proposal to approve a one-mill levy for the next two fiscal years.

Montana rancher and editor Walt Hibbard says there's a better way to introduce cattle to new pastures.

As voters ponder renewal of the one-cent optional sales tax being put to a vote in November, Sheridan's animal shelter director wants people to understand that the money is crucial to the operation.

Managers of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital, which is county owned, have embarked on a fact-finding mission to find out how the community wants to move forward.

Commercial Club Secretary Steele has received more than 20 inquiries about the Sheridan country.

Low-stress livestock handling – according to Walt Hibbard – is undervalued, underappreciated, and under-utilized. But, he says, how livestock is handled has everything to do with the sustainability of a livestock operation.

Following the completion of its 65th graduation ceremony in Sheridan, college officials announced this year’s total awards earned by graduates topped 750.

The Council of Social Agencies announced the winners of Sheridan’s Human Service Person of the Year and Human Service Lifetime Achievement Awards at their meeting last week.

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