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State Board of Ed. to Hire Firm for Director Search

State Board of Ed. to Hire Firm for Director Search

The Wyoming State Board of Education announced Monday it intends to hire a search firm to hasten the selection process of the state’s first Director of the Wyoming Department of Education.

Billings Organization Aims to Provide a 'Safe Haven' for Abuse Victims

Billings Organization Aims to Provide a 'Safe Haven' for Abuse Victims

Valerie Courtney with the Billings-based BVC Safe Haven Ranch aims to eradicate child abuse. Someday, Courtney says she hopes to have a plot of land where survivors of abuse and abused animals can come together to heal. This April, they will be holding their first annual fundraiser in Billings.

SHS Continues to See a Rise in the Graduation Rate

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During the 2007-2008 school year, Sheridan High School had a graduation rate of 76 percent, which prompted the school to begin interviewing parents and students about what needed to be done differently to improve the graduation rate.

SC to Offer Free Tax Preparation Again This Year

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Sheridan College is once again offering free income tax preparation this year, as students have been working for the past month to become certified in income tax preparation through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program sponsored by the IRS.

SCSD 2 Approves Policies, Recognizes Veteran and Teacher

SCSD 2 Approves Policies, Recognizes Veteran and Teacher (Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the latest from Sheridan County School District Two.

Buffalo Council Discusses City Pool Issues

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, voted to table a request from Heather Eklund with the Buffalo Pool Board for funds to purchase equipment for the city pool from the Buffalo Charitable Foundation.

JCHC Financial Report Strong For January 2013

The Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center received some good news at their last meeting when Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward reported a strong financial showing in January.

Legislature to Address Supplemental Budget This Week

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The Wyoming Legislature tackled a number of hot button social issues last week that dealt with everything from guns and abortion, to same sex marriage. This week, most of the focus will be on the supplemental budget explains Representative Rosie Berger.

Design Standards Ordinance Up For Third Reading Tonight

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The Sheridan City Council will consider ordinance #2124 on third reading tonight that if approved, will streamline the development process. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Raymond Plank Lecture Monday At Buffalo Theater

Sheridan College in Johnson County will present a lecture by local personality Raymond Plank, along with a book signing and reception Monday evening at the Buffalo Theater.

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