Sheridan

The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office reports that statewide voter turnout for Tuesday's Primary Election were some of the lowest numbers in the past 30 years. State Elections Director Peggy Nighswonger says that the numbers should pick up come November.

A media release from the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Schools announced the first day of school has been pushed back one week due to a water leak. Gaynell Real Bird, superintendent, said school was originally scheduled to start today, but classes will now begin Monday, Aug. 27.

Federal school lunch regulations going into effect this fall may leave some Sheridan County School District #1 students with growling stomachs.

Sheridan County School District #1's business manager, Jeremy Smith, reported to the board of trustees that investigators have ruled out arson as the cause of the district's bus barn fire a few weeks ago.

This afternoon at Washington Park in Buffalo will be
the second annual St. Francis Animal Shelter 4K Paws Dog Walk/Run beginning at 6pm.

Sheridan County School District #1 had their last meeting before the beginning of the school year last night. The board of trustees briefly reviewed state Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students, or PAWS, scores.

This week, Sheridan Media News is taking a look at abuse of older citizens within the community. This nationwide problem finds its way to Sheridan on a daily basis.

The unofficial results for the Wyoming Primary Election are in and there were a couple of tight races in Sheridan County. For Sheridan City Council Ward 1, Anthony Fairbanks and Shelleen Smith will advance to the General Election, with Fairbanks garnering the majority of the votes.

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