A Look Back in Time: April 12, 1918

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 April 12, 1918.

Hundreds Attend Sheridan Job Fair

The Whitney Building atrium at Sheridan College was filled with tables of employers and job seekers Wednesday afternoon during this year's Career Network Fair.

Goal of Made Safe: For Wyoming to Lead Nation in Cyber Security

The vision of Made Safe in Wyoming is for Wyoming to be the most cyber-secure state in the nation.

Barrasso Bill to Reform Indian Health Service Passes Committee

A bill sponsored by Wyoming's U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, to reform the Indian Health Service, passed out of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Wednesday, and will now go to the full Senate.

Collegiate Chorale to Present Concert

The Sheridan College Collegiate Chorale will present a spring concert at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Whitney Center for the Arts.

District 1 Trustees Let Bid for Kitchen Remodel

Dick Anderson Construction has been awarded the bid for a remodel of the Tongue River Middle School kitchen.

SCSD2 Next Level Program Update

Sheridan County School District #2’s Next Level Program is a collaboration between the schools and the broader community to try and ensure that all students receive high school diplomas.

Council Receives Update on Mobile Vending Regulations

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Members of the Sheridan City Council were updated Monday night on an ordinance that they soon will be considering that will establish regulations for mobile vendors within the City.

City Working on Public Records Request Policy

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The City of Sheridan currently has a process in place to handle public records requests but no actually policy for doing so.

I-80 History Focus of Library Program

John Richard Waggener, associate archivist at the University of Wyoming American Heritage Center, will give a program at Sheridan Fulmer Library this month about his recently reeleased book, “Snow Chi Minh Trail: The History of Interstate 80 between Laramie and Walcott Junction.”

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