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WET WYOMING WINTER

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The National Weather Service says Wyoming's three main winter months — December through February — were the wettest in the state's recorded history.

Kobza Concerned That Legislators Acted on Inaccurate Information

Marty Kobza, who's superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1, says he's concerned that Wyoming legislators have made cuts to public education in response to inaccurate information.

A Look Back in Time: March 24, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 24, 1917.

Corps of Engineers Unveils Plans for Stream Restoration

Plans for more than three miles of channel restoration in Sheridan were unveiled at a presentation of the Army Corps of Engineers Thursday night at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

Commissioners Scholarships Application Deadline April 14

Each year, the Sheridan County Commissioners issue three $1,000 scholarships to Senior High School students of any Sheridan County High School.

RENEW Forward To Possibilities Walk Set For Friday

On Friday, Sheridan’s RENEW will be hosting their Forward To Possibilities Disability Awareness Walk from. According to RENEW Administrative Officer Dawna Romeo, those interested in joining the walk can come at any time between 1-4pm.

SCSD#3 Superintendent Talks Budget

School districts around the state are feeling the weight of the education funding shortfall. Sheridan County School District #3 is not exempt from that weight according to Superintendent Charles Auzqui.

WHP Reports Busy But Non-Fatal St. Patty’s Day Weekend

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Troopers for the Wyoming Highway Patrol were very busy over the St. Patrick’s Day extended holiday weekend around the state and fortunately, the weekend proved to be non-fatal.

Commissioners Amend MOU With Department of Health

An amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding between Sheridan County and the Wyoming Department of Health was approved by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their meeting earlier this week.

Public Meeting to Discuss Proposed Ecosystem Restoration Plan

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the City of Sheridan are hosting a meeting tonight to gather input on the proposed plan for restoring degraded aquatic habitat in the vicinity of the existing flood control project that exists along Little Goose Creek, Big Goose Creek, and Goose Creek in Sheridan. Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller.

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