Local Jr. High Student Documents Eclipse from Douglas

On Monday, Wyoming experienced what was dubbed as a once in a lifetime event when the total solar eclipse’s path of totality swept across the state.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Supreme Court has overturned the sentence of a Cheyenne teenager who killed another man with a point-blank shot in the head.

Alternative High School Moves to College

Classes for the new John C. Schiffer Collaborative High School start next week at Sheridan College.

Superintendent: Funding Major Topic At School Meeting

Public meetings concerning educational funding and the state's “educational basket of goods,” were recently held throughout the state, including one in Buffalo.

Buffalo Hosts Public Hearing On Proposed Tech Park

A public hearing was held Thursday afternoon at Buffalo's City Hall concerning a proposed technology park that the city is hoping to build and the application for funding they are going after through the Wyoming Business Council.

Madden Says Gross Receipts Tax Likely Dead For Now

The State Legislature's Joint Revenue Committee will be meeting in Buffalo next month, but just finished up a meeting in Thermopolis where they discussed a number of subjects concerning revenue and how they may be able to increase funding for the state's coffers.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 25, 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 Aug. 25, 1917.

People Share Ideas for Acme Property

More than 50 people shared their thoughts on how the old Acme Power Plant property might be used in a revitalization session Thursday night, throwing out ideas ranging from enhanced recreational use to a business incubator.

Head-On Collision Near Casper Kills Two

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Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers were dispatched at 1:20 Wednesday afternoon to Highway 220 near Casper for a two vehicle head-on collision that resulted in two fatalities.

Scavenger Hunt Helps Familiarize Students With Campus

Twenty Sheridan High School students visited the Sheridan College campus Thursday to learn their way around as part of a pilot dual enrollment program initiated by Sheridan County School District 2.

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