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September 6th, 2019

School District 2 Students Lead State in WY-TOPP Scores

With the recent release of WY-TOPP scores among Wyoming school districts, Sheridan County School District 2 is, on average, the strongest performing district in the state – and has been since around 2012.

The Hub Offers Help for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Only two programs in Wyoming offer help for grandparents raising grandchildren.

Award Honorees to Read at Sheridan College

Three finalists for the PEN/Hemingway Award for Debut Novel will give a combined reading at Sheridan College on Sept. 19 as part of Wyoming's statewide “Explore Hemingway” series.

Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Meetings Canceled

Public meetings of the Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Working Group scheduled in Gillette and Buffalo this month have been canceled.

Customer Satisfaction

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Once a month, the Sheridan Police Department mails out random surveys to citizens who’ve had recent contact with the department.

Start-Up Challenge Application Period Ends Soon

The application period for the Wyoming Technology Business Center Sheridan Start-Up Challenge entrepreneurship competition ends a week from today.

September 5th

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 6, 1919

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 Sept. 6, 1919.

Montano Retires After 13 Years at Hub

Stella Montano, who's director of family caregiver services at The Hub on Smith Street, will be retiring next week after 13 years in that position.

The Big Horn Mountains: Steamboat Point

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Views from the top of Steamboat Point in the Big Horn Mountains (Images by Mallary Bumbaca)

County OKs Re-zone, Lot Size Variance

Sheridan County has approved a re-zone of an existing property and a subsequent request for a lot size variance on the same property to accommodate building on the property while still adhering to groundwater protection regulations.