Sheridan County

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that due to inclement weather, the re-opening of U.S. 14A - a 22 mile stretch of road west of Burgess Junction - has been delayed until noon on Tuesday.

Game and Fish officials are working to restore balance to the fish food chain in Ranchester City Pond. Andrew Nikirk, Fisheries Biologist, explains.

Seven years searching, trying to find something suitable for the cats at the Dog and Cat Shelter, east of Sheridan, to climb and lounge on, finally, someone came to the rescue.

The Sheridan Community Land Trust and other area non-profits are urging residents to unplug the cords, turn off the screens and enjoy being outside - with other real people - for a week of sponsored events and activities.

At the last board meeting of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, the VP of Academic Affairs presented some striking figures about a gender gap in learning at both Sheridan and Gillette Colleges.

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News as we continue our Week in Review series.

The Sheridan County Road and Bridge Department has announced that they are proposing to open Red Grade Road, County Road 26, open to traffic Friday, May 24 at 8 am.

At Thursday's meeting of the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees, vice president of academic affairs Jon Connolly presented new statistics following a two-year-long student learning assessment. He says there was a significant gender gap in student learning at Sheridan College.

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