Sheridan County

State House Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn checked in with us this morning from Cheyenne to fill us in on this week’s movement of bills through the House. Here’s a portion of her report.

Fine and performing arts students started a new semester in new quarters at Sheridan College.

More than 8,500 people used recreational facilities at Sheridan schools after school hours last fall.

The Dayton town council will meet in a work-study session on Tuesday night.

A new trial date is pending for a Sheridan woman who is charged with leaving the scene of an accident and violating a protection order.

Seven prisoners were sentenced in the court of District Judge C.H. Parmalee in Sheridan today.

A minimum wage bill that’s been introduced in the Wyoming House during the 2015 legislative session ongoing now in Cheyenne would benefit the young adult worker in Sheridan County, age 20- to 24-years-old.

According to Sheridan College Director of the Center for Workforce and Community Education Karen St. Clair, many Americans age 50 and up who didn’t finish college are now headed back to school.

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