Archive - Aug 16, 2017

College Enrollment May Set Record

Enrollment at Sheridan and Gillette colleges and the Johnson County campus may set a record this year.

Statewide High School Assessment Results Released

Results of assessments administered to Wyoming high school students last spring are similar to the tests administered in prior years, with statistically insignificant increases in grades 9 and 10, and statistically insignificant decreases in grade 11.

Invasive Weed Workshop Scheduled for August 24

Next Thursday, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Sheridan Regional Office will host an Invasive Weed Workshop at their location on Sheridan’s East 5th Street.

WYO Theater Construction Update

The Sheridan WYO Theater has been under construction this summer and the finishing touches will be made over the next month.

Mayor Miller on Kendrick Pool Maintenance

Heading to Kendrick Pool is a staple of a good summer in Sheridan.

Wednesday 08-16-17

Police Department / Val Burgess Wars Voices

Non-Discrimination Resolution Discussed by City Council

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The Sheridan City Council heard a request at their work session this week to consider a resolution of support. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

ENDOW Advisory Council Holds Opening Summit in Jackson

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and Co-Chair of the ENDOW Executive Council hosted a group of accomplished national and international business leaders in Jackson Tuesday in the first meeting of the ENDOW Advisory Council.

Recycling Drop-Site May Be Relocated

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The City of Sheridan currently operates four recycling drop sites at Washington Park, Highland Avenue, KROE Lane, and at the landfill.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

RADIOACTIVE OILFIELD WASTE-FUGITIVE

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Federal officials say a fugitive who escaped custody in Wyoming four years ago is being sought for the illegal dumping of radioactive oilfield waste in North Dakota.