A Look Back in Time: Sept. 21, 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 Sept. 21, 1917.

College Enrollment Up Nearly 9 Percent

Enrollment at Sheridan College this fall is up by nearly 9 percent.

Thickman, Craft Named Lotus Recipients

Dr. Sy Thickman and Marva Craft are this year's Lotus Award recipients.

Senior Center Now 'The Hub'

Sheridan's Senior Center has a new name. At ceremonies Wednesday morning, Executive Director Carmen Rideout said the facility is now “The Hub on Smith.”

Trinkle Brass Works Presents Portable Masterpieces

On Saturday, the WYO Theater in Sheridan will host Trinkle Brass Works as they present Portable Masterpieces.

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

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.

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.

County Agrees To MOU On Extension Office

Johnson County has agreed to, and signed, a Memorandum of Understanding between themselves and the University of Wyoming, concerning the county's university extension office.

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