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Mine-Sniffing Dog Visits Sheridan

Senna with a newfound friend, 11-year-old Phoenix Stewart, a student at Highland Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Kimberly McCasland and Diana Enzi show map of the countries where land mines can be found. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Students at Highland Park Elementary School in Sheridan were given the opportunity yesterday to see a land mine-sniffing dog in action, thanks to a state tour coordinated by Diana Enzi.

Students Compete in State Science Fair

Several students from the local area will be traveling to Laramie next week to compete in the Wyoming State Science Fair.

Teacher Praises District 2 Technology

High school teacher Kevin Rizer spoke at a recent meeting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 2 received high marks this week from its teachers in making technology available in classrooms. School District 2 includes schools in the city of Sheridan and Story Elementary.

Local Greenhouse Offers Free Workshops

Landon's Greenhouse in Sheridan is hosting two free workshops on Saturday.

College Hosts Drawing Exhibition

A drawing exhibition and workshop featuring a visiting professor will be presented over a three-day period next month at Sheridan College.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 26, 1914

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The Wyoming Society of Civil Engineers have gathered here today for a two-day session. F.C. Emerson, president of the organization, arrived here last night with five other engineers from the Basin country.

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City of Sheridan Supports Senior Center Day Break Facility

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(Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

In 2011, the Sheridan Senior Center conducted a needs and assessment plan to help determine what areas need to be expanded on in the future. That assessment showed the need to increase the capacity of the day care and services offered to accommodate the growth in clients that use the facility.

Local Kindergarteners and Dental Hygiene

(Photo By Ron Richter)

To commemorate February as National Children's Dental Health Month, the students and faculty of the Dental Hygiene department at Sheridan College will host approximately 400 local kindergarteners Thursday at the college.

Johnson County To Back Rare Earth Project

Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to draft a letter of support for the project proposed by the Rare Earth Elements company in Weston and Crook Counties.

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