Archive - May 2017

May 4th

Science of Marijuana to be Topic of Presentation

Marijuana has changed, and the science behind that change will be the focus of a presentation in Sheridan College's Thorne-Rider Campus Center this month.

High School Track and Soccer Regular Season ends Today / SHS Golfers Host Their Invite at Kendrick / Rockies Beat the Padres / Troopers Host RC22 Sunday Afternoon

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc soccer team dropped their road game at Cheyenne East yesterday 2-1, they will close out the regular season at Cheyenne Central today. The Lady Broncs close out the regular season at Gillette today.

The 4-A East regional soccer tournament will be played next week in Cheyenne at South high school, Sheridan high school hosts the state soccer championships at the Big Horn Equestrian center play begins May 18th.

County Allocates Funding For TW Road Project

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a Resolution at their meeting Tuesday that will set aside roughly $650,000 in county money to finalize the amount needed for the upcoming TW Road Industrial Road Project (IRP).

New JCHC CEO Settling Into Position

Nicole Hobbs, the new Chief Executive Officer with the Johnson County Healthcare Center, has begun settling into the new job with the help of outgoing Administrator Sandy Ward, who will retire this spring.

Interapt Owner Meets With Buffalo VIPs

The owner of a Kentucky-based technology company was in town this week for a number of meetings with city leaders and representatives from local business, education, and other areas to discuss the possibility of expanding into Buffalo.

SC Music Groups Hold Final Concerts of the Semester

Starting tonight, three of Sheridan College’s music ensembles will perform their final concerts of the semester. According to Dr.

A Look Back in Time: May 5, 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 May 5, 1917.

The Carnival is Here

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Perfect weather helped the local Kalif Shriners kick off the first of its kind carnival on Thursday, with everything you’d expect to find: the rides, games, and food. Shriner Joe Schwartz explained.

District 1 Trustees Refine Strategic Plan

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 are in the process of refining a new strategic plan for the district following two nights of meetings at the high schools in Big Horn and Dayton.

Red Grade into the Clouds

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"Red Grade into the Clouds" - Photo by: Robert Edwards