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November 16th, 2017

Commissioners Considering Options For JCHC Loan

Johnson County's Commissioners are considering options to help the Johnson County Healthcare Center during their current financial crisis by either waiving the interest payments on the remaining balance of a loan, or putting off the interest payments until a later date.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 17, 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 Nov. 17, 1917.

Trustees Renew College President's Contract

The contract of Dr. Paul Young, college president and CEO of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, has been renewed for another five years, until 2022.

College Reaffirms Commitment to Create Safe Environment

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young said he will meet with tribal leaders in the region and the state to review steps and gather feedback to support Native American students on campus.

Library Trustees Tour Clearmont Branch

The Clearmont Branch Library occupies about 1,000 square feet of the Clearmont Community Center in the town of Clearmont.

Survey of the American Yard at Whitney Center Gallery

The Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts has a new exhibit for their gallery. Joshua White’s Photographic Survey of the American Yard opens tonight with an artist’s talk and a reception. Dr.

Swanson Named Executive Director of Advocacy and Resource Center

Yvonne Swanson has been named as the new Executive Director of Sheridan’s Advocacy and Resource Center. Swanson is set to start training for the role on November 26. On February 5, she will assume the role when current Executive Director Bonnie Young retires.

Dining For A Cause Benefits Salvation Army

On Monday, Frackelton’s Restaurant in Sheridan will host their next Dining for a Cause fundraiser and Sheridan’s Salvation Army will be the beneficiary.

November 15th

Renewable Energy Assessment Project

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The Sheridan City Council will soon be considering awarding the bid for a consultant to perform an assessment on renewable energy. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Water Meter System Replacement Project Enters Second Phase

The first phase of the water meter system replacement project is complete, as Keystone Utility Systems has installed more than 1,200 new meters in the Big Horn, Big Goose, and Powder Horn areas.