At Monday night's October District 2 Board of Trustees meeting, a reception and time of honoring was held to celebrate the efforts of the teachers and students in the Sheridan High School Advanced Placement, or AP, Program.
At the October District 2 Board of Trustees meeting, Tom Sachse, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Assessment announced that limited and very preliminary PAWS results have come out. He says that from what he's seen so far, things look good for Sheridan 2.
The City of Sheridan Planning Commission voted 2-3 in opposition of a proposed light manufacturing building that would be located at the City's Hi-Tech Park in north Sheridan. Planning Commissioner Nancy Silla was one of the three members that voted against the building design; she explains some of the reasons for doing so.
A mule deer harvested on October 2, near Gillette from hunt area 18 has tested positive for chronic wasting disease, which is a brain disease that has been known to affect some deer, elk and moose. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that the G&F has been conducting surveys since the rifle hunting season began.
Sunday, 130 volunteers from Bethesda Worship Center in Sheridan put feet to their faith as they went outside of the walls of the church to serve the community. Volunteer Greg Hagerott says that it was about giving back to the community.
Over one hundred people turned out on a cool and drizzly Saturday morning to take part in the “Family March Against Violence. Beginning at the US Bank parking lot and ending at Grinnell Plaza, the march was held to make a stand against domestic violence and violence in our community.
Up for the challenge, members of the Heart of the Horse 4-H Club teamed up with the Sheridan College Welding Class on Saturday to make ornaments for this year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree which is coming from Wyoming's forest.