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Trustees Give First Reading to RIF Policy

Sheidan County School District 2 trustees gave first-reading approval Monday to a policy dealing with reduction in the district's employees.

SHS We the People Team Wins State for 4th Consecutive Year

For the fourth consecutive year, the Sheridan High School We the People team is Wyoming’s state champions. The team’s Coach Tyson Emborg, said that he was very pleased with the competition.

Two More District Schools Nominated for Blue Ribbon

Sheridan Junior High School and Woodland Park Elementary School have been nominated for National Blue Ribbon honors.

Non-Partisan Blogger at the Wyoming Legislature

Sheridan’s own Gail Symons is currently writing a non-partisan blog about the current Wyoming Legislative Session in Cheyenne. Symons calls the blog Civics 307 and says she is writing about the legislature, the legislative process, and the legislation itself.

Winner of the Big Game 51 Giveaway

Lisa Fauber of Sheridan is the winner of Sheridan Media’s Big Game 51 Giveaway. Fauber signed up at Killy’s Deli one time and that was all it took to take home a big prize for Sunday’s game.

Initial Report for Sheridan County Indicates Variable Snowpack

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The Sheridan Field Office of the Natural Resources Conservation Service has released the first snowpack report of the year for Sheridan County.

Awards of Excellence to Be Presented at Chamber Lunch

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The highlight of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday will be the presentation of the “Chamber Awards of Excellence”.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

ROOF COLLAPSE-SNOW

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Heavy snow in a western Wyoming town has caused a roof to collapse, forcing the evacuation and closure of three businesses.

Proposed Constitutional Amendment Goes to House

State Sen. Dave Kinskey's proposed constitutional amendment, Senate Joint Resolution 9, passed the Senate last week and has gone to Wyoming's House of Representatives.

Senate to Consider Education Funding This Week

Out of what state Sen. Dave Kinskey termed a “slew” of education bills, only two education funding bills remain.

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