Sheridan County

Sheridan College and its Gillette and Johnson County campuses have the highest graduation rates in the state and in the nation, but the goal is to raise those numbers even higher.

Sheridan Media's 2014 Bridal Preview was the place to be over the weekend for soon-to-be newlyweds. With over 30 different vendors present, couples could plan every aspect of their weddings, from picking out a cake, to booking a photographer, and even reserving the location of the ceremony.

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees will meet in Big Horn this month. The session is scheduled to start Monday evening at 6 in room 211 of Big Horn High School.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. During a two-day legislative forum in Sheridan, State Representative Rosie Berger said that despite the state having an increase on investment returns, legislators will remain conservative during the upcoming budget session.

Sheridan College is among the fastest-growing community colleges in the nation – and the only college in the Rocky Mountain states to make the list announced in a recent report. College President Dr.

The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance identifying a person of interest in a property destruction case which occurred January 10, 2014 in the 100 block of West Burkitt Street in Sheridan.

State Senator John Schiffer says Wyoming's tourism industry must be aggressive, adding that competition with Montana is fierce. He told those attending yesterday's legislative forum that Montana would love to take all of Wyoming's tourists.

At Thursday's legislative forum in Sheridan, Black Tooth Brewing Company co-owner Tim Barnes questioned why Wyoming legislators are considering an increase in beer taxes, and said that will hurt the state's micro-brewery business.

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