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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 15, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time report from one hundred years ago.

Big Horn Teacher Receives National Honors

A local teacher has received national recognition. Lauri Graves of Big Horn Elementary has won the Presidential Award for Excellence in math and science. She teaches the fifth grade. The information comes directly from the school.

Trustees Hear Forward Sheridan Presentation

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees will hear a presentation on Forward Sheridan at their meeting this week.

4-H Educator Has Lots of Duties

Sheridan County's University of Wyoming Extension Educator Scott Hininger would like for 4-H Educator Jerrica Lind to have been replaced “yesterday.”

Brown Bag Seminars Resume

Sheridan College's Brown Bag Seminars resume today at the college's facilities on Main Street.

Museum Plans Bird Watching Session

Another bird watching session has been planned this month at The Brinton Museum in Sheridan County. The event will be held from 9-11 Sunday morning at the museum, which is located southwest of Sheridan.

New Bighorn Basin Veterans Service Officer

A graduate of Cody High School, who's recently separated from the U.S. Marine Corps, has been appointed the new state Veterans Service Officer for the Bighorn Basin by the Wyoming Veterans Commission.

Oil Spill May Take Days to Clean Up

Oil spilled in a tractor trailer tanker crash Tuesday morning on a state highway south of Lovell may take days to clean up, but authorities say it's not threatening any waterways.

Hill Investigation May Come to Stand Still

State Representative John Patten of Sheridan, who sits on the committee investigating allegations against State Superintendent Cindy Hill, said the House doesn't get to make the decision to impeach her, even though it is the governing body that held last week's three-day hearing on the matter.

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