September 20th, 2017

SCSD#3 Superintendent Talks District Recalibration

Wyoming has a block model system for determining how much financial support each individual school district should receive.

UW Housing Plan, Capacity Study

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In an effort to update residence halls and determine enrollment capacity, the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees have approved up to $300,000 for development of a 10 year housing plan created by a national planning, architecture, engineering and interior design company, KSQ Designs, that specia

Wednesday 09-20-17

Police Department / Clearmont Historical Group


Farmers Market – Mountain View Hutterite Colony
Honey, eggs and chickens, brats, breads/rolls/noodles, lots of seasonal vegetables and canned goods
Saturday, September 23rd – 7:30am-Noon
8 miles North of Parkman at junction of old highway and Aberdeen exit
Half hogs available and delivered to market for pickup 406-231-0680
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SEEDA Board Discusses Vacutech Grant

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Ther Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board discussed a recently awarded grant and loan from the state at their meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SEEDA Eyeing Workforce Housing Study

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A workforce housing study is being considered by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board.

Governor’s Tech Summit in Jackson

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Governor Matt Mead’s Global Technology Summit in Jackson enters its final day today with presentations scheduled that will focus on artificial intelligence and healthcare innovations throughout the State.

September 19th

State Golf Results / Cowboys Look to Rebound / Sheridan College Rodeo Opens Friday

STATE GOLF - The Sheridan high school golfers finished up the state tournament in Evanston Tuesday the Broncs finished 3rd winning a playoff Kirby Coe-Kirkham was the Broncs top finisher in 2nd place one shot of the lead, Abby James was the Lady Broncs top finisher in 13th place.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming has selected a dean to lead and build up its newly established Honors College.

City Approves New Location For Liquor License

The Buffalo City Council held a public hearing concerning a proposed move of a liquor license from one location to another within the city limits, and then approved the move on a unanimous vote.