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Building The Future Of Sheridan College

Sheridan College enrollment is expected to increase by about 25% over the next few years.

City Planning Commission Considers Bridgecreek Preliminary Plat and PUD

The City of Sheridan approved the conceptual planned unit development and preliminary plat for the Bridgecreek major subdivision, which will be located just north of Smith Street and west of Jefferson Street. City Planning Director Robert Briggs explains what the project consists of.

Senator Enzi Expresses Disappointment In Health Care Bill

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi issued the following comments regarding this weekend's passage of the health care bill in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Pinnacle Receives Notification From Nasdaq

Pinnacle Gas Resources, Incorporated announced today that on March 16, 2010, it received written notice from The Nasdaq Stock Market, that because the Company has not regained compliance with the $1 minimum bid price requirement, the company's common stock would be de-listed from the Nasdaq Global Market.

Big Horn Students Show Well At FBLA Conference

By Judy Hagerott

Yellow school buses dominated the parking lot of the Holiday Inn this weekend as over 500 students from across Wyoming descended on Sheridan for the Future Business Leaders of America annual three day conference.

Sheridan County Historical Society Monthly Meeting Is This Thursday

The Sheridan County Historical Society monthly meeting and program is this Thursday March 25th at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Historical Society says they've got a good program planned for this month.

Spring’s First Day Marks Sheridan Ice’s Last

By Judy Hagerott

More than 200 people showed up for food, fun, and frolic as Sheridan Ice sponsored its end of year free skate and bar-b-que this past Saturday. Fifty degree weather and sunny skies were a bonus as families took to the ice in an end of season hurrah.

Concerned Citizens Invited to Second Town Hall Meeting

Three weeks ago, the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention of Sheridan County, or ASAP, held the first of two Town Hall meetings on preventing underage drinking. The second will be held Tuesday night, March 23rd at the C-Tel Presentation Hall at Sheridan College.

Third Try's the Charm for Reagan Day Speaker

It used to be called the Lincoln Day dinner, but about three years ago the Sheridan Republican party changed the name to the Reagan Day dinner. Saturday night at the Holiday Inn, Sheridan Republicans gathered for their version of the event. Organizer Russ Hart explains why the change in name.

Mental Evaluation Ordered in Lummis Threat Case

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A federal judge has ruled that a woman who is charged with threatening U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis receive a mental evaluation in Seattle to determine her competency for trial.