Shelleen Smith Resigns from Sheridan Planning Commission

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Shelleen Smith Resigns from Sheridan Planning Commission (Photo by Chris Foy)

Shelleen Smith announced her resignation from the Sheridan Planning Commission Monday night. She will go on to serve as a newly elected councilor for the Sheridan City Council, leaving an opening for a new planning commissioner.

High School Parents Invited to Technology Stand-Down

Sheridan High School is hosting a parent advisory meeting Thursday night at 6 o'clock in the school's library. Principal, Dirlene Wheeler, said this week's meeting is all about technology.

State Educators Look to Measure Student Progress

Educators across the state are in the midst of implementing a four-point strategy to improve education across the state.

BLM Seeks Volunteers to Spot Eagles

The Bureau of Land Management field office in Buffalo is seeking volunteers from the Sheridan area to participate in the Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey. Lesley Elser, public affairs specialist for the BLM, says Saturday, Jan.

It’s going to cost more to hunt & fish in Wyoming

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Winter Concert Tuesday At Buffalo High School

The Buffalo High School Music Department will present their Winter Music Concert Tuesday Evening at the BHS Auditorium.

Music Instructor Chad Rose tells us more about the concert itself.

JCHC Board Discusses Options For 2016 Project

At their last meeting the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed the 2016 Capital Construction project which will, if approved, replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center with a new facility and expand the hospital.

PEO Offers Scholarships For Six Women In Johnson County

From left: Heather Gilbert, Derek Andrews, Vonda Roberts, Melissa Durden and Tammy Kramer.

P.E.O., or Philanthropic Educational Organization of Buffalo, is a chapter of the P.E.O. International that awards scholarships, grants, awards and other help to women to advance their educations.

The idea is to help those “non-traditional” students to continue their education.

Planning Commission Approves Shop Building on Lincoln Drive

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Planning and Development Director for the city of Sheridan, Robert Briggs, presents staff recommendations to the planning commission. (Photo by Chris Foy)

The Sheridan Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday night to support the plans for a commercial electric company's shop at 775 Lincoln Drive.

SC Nursing Class Hosts Special Guest

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State Senator Bruce Burns spent some time with nursing students from Sheridan College Monday. (Photo courtesy of Dennis Jacobs at Sheridan College)

State Senator Bruce Burns attended a Sheridan College Nursing class Monday to discuss the future of healhtcare in Wyoming. Sheridan College Nursing Instructor Tobie Alsup.