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SEEDA to Market Their Property

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority, or SEEDA, will soon release a Request for Proposals for real estate brokers to market property owned by the joint powers board.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 6, 1914

Here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to one hundred years ago, Jan. 6 of 1914, as reported by the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper.

Superintendent Hearings Begin Today

A special Wyoming House committee is beginning a three-day hearing in Cheyenne today into whether state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill committed any impeachable offenses.

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Draft EIS ready for WY-SD transmission line

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Draft EIS ready for WY-SD transmission line

Cheney Drops Out of Race

As reported in first news this morning, Liz Cheney has dropped out of the race for U.S. Senator. She was trying to out-seat long-time U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, also a Republican from Wyoming.

‘Boon Docking’ Describes a Trip to Warmer Weather

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Bill Sniffin

 Ever since most of Wyoming got pelted with that first snowstorm in September, I have been itching to get to a warmer climate.

On Dec. 30, we climbed into our nine-year old motorhome (aptly named FollowMyNose) and started our slog southward.

Grant Application and Snow Removal Update on Council's Agenda

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The Sheridan City Council will be dealing with a number of different items on their agenda this evening, as everything from snow removal to support of a grant application from RENEW is on the table. Councilman Alex Lee elaborates.

Closings and Delays for 1/6/14

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St. LaBre School is Closed.
Wyola Schools will open at 10 am

This Week's Poll Question

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Forty-five states have adopted the Common Core Standards in education, including Wyoming. The one-size-fits-all curriculum is supposed to communicate clearly what's expected of students, grades K-12.

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