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Rotarians Present Check to Girls' School

Members of Sheridan's Rotary Club presented a check to the Wyoming Girls' School Friday for purchase of 10 fly-fishing rods and other equipment for a course that will be taught at the school starting the end of this month.

Finalist Named for the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge

The Sheridan Start-Up Challenge, which is a competition sponsored by the Wyoming Technology Business Center that encourages local entrepreneurs to come forward with their business ideas, has revealed their five finalist competing for three $5,000 prizes and access to a $50,000 seed fund.

North Sheridan Interchange Update

Phase 2 of the North Sheridan Interchange Project has commenced and will continue throughout the coming months. According to Ronda Holwell, Public Information Specialist for the Wyoming Department of Transportation, the project is on schedule.

Sheridan College Student Named A New Century Scholar

Sheridan College first-year Dental Hygiene student Britteny Steele has been named as a 2017 New Century Scholar. A native of Valier, Montana, Steele was awarded this honor by achieving the state’s highest score in the All-USA Community College Academic Team competition.

Josh Law, the Antelope Butte Foundations COO

Recently, founding board member of the Antelope Butte Foundation Josh Law was announced as the non-profits new Chief Operating Officer. Law’s duties as the COO will be different from Andrew Gast, the former SKI-EO and Executive Director.

Senators Discuss Recent Legislative Session

The 63rd Wyoming Legislature came to a close earlier this month in Cheyenne. A recent Sheridan Media poll showed that 60 percent of respondents graded this year’s session as “poor”.

Enzi Talks Job Corps, Equal Pay With Labor Secretary Nominee

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U.S Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming recently spoke to President Trump’s pick to head the Department of Labor, Alex Acosta, about the importance of Job Corps programs and equal pay.

Wyoming News Update

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WET WYOMING WINTER

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The National Weather Service says Wyoming's three main winter months — December through February — were the wettest in the state's recorded history.

Kobza Concerned That Legislators Acted on Inaccurate Information

Marty Kobza, who's superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1, says he's concerned that Wyoming legislators have made cuts to public education in response to inaccurate information.

A Look Back in Time: March 24, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 24, 1917.

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