Sheridan

An instructional coach from a Cheyenne elementary school said she and her colleagues have learned a lot at this year's PLC Institute at Sheridan College.

After you have enjoyed one of the evening performances of a Wyoming Theater Festival Show, make sure to stay for the Talk Back Events and After Parties. Producing Artistic Director of the festival Danny Lee Hodnett talked about the Talk Back.

War Voices is performed by local historian Val Burgess. The nonprofit raises funds to conduct and share research on Prisoners of War from mainly the WWII era. Burgess said that they recently applied for and received grant money.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on July 22, 1916.

Educator Dr. Casey Reason talked about the standard education model and a goal of improving professional learning communities during his keynote talk at Sheridan College Thursday morning.

At the end of Monday night's Sheridan City Council Meeting the council went into an Executive Session. After the session they reconvened and took action.

The Wyoming Theater Festival has hosted many performances already this week with no plans on slowing down any time soon, however, performances only make up part of the Festival’s experience.

The Soldier Creek Medical offices of Dr. Hugh Batty are temporarily operating out of Sheridan Memorial Hospital, according to Cecile Pattison with the hospital's community relations.

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