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Senior Center Name Unveiling Ceremony Set for Wednesday

On Wednesday, the Sheridan Senior Center will have their Grand Opening and Name Unveiling Ceremony now that their renovations have been completed.

Science Kids Dinosaur Quarry Trip Cancelled

The Science Kids program in Sheridan County has announced that this weekend's Dinosaur Quarry Trip has been cancelled. This is due to the landowner requesting the event be cancelled because of weather conditions that could make the road impassable.

UW Ranks #1 on College That is Worth the Cost List

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The University of Wyoming is ranked as the #1 on Student Loan Hero’s list of “20 States Where College is Worth the Cost”.

SCSD3 Demographics Explained by Superintendent

While a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County School District 3 Superintendent Charles Auzqui spoke on the demographics of the district.

Council President Discusses Kendrick Park Improvement Project

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The decision by the Sheridan City Council to spend over $800,000 on the road realignment project in Kendrick Park recently drew the ire from a few residents who voiced their disapproval of the project on the Jackson Electric open line on news talk 9-30 KROE.

Updating the Employee Handbook

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An update is forthcoming that will affect all of the employees with the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Consultants to Be Hired for Water and Sewer Rate Study

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Water and sewer rates for the City of Sheridan will be studied and reviewed soon, as City staff is recommending the City Council approve a contract with Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc, to review the rates and provide a financial update.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

SUPCO-COAL PLANT TAXES

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming generally favors low taxes and coal-fired electricity but its highest court says a utility must pay sales tax on pollution-control chemicals at power plants.

District 2 Plans to Implement Teachers College

Universities aren't doing a good job of teaching students how to teach.

Community Partners Focus of Chamber Luncheon

Sheridan Memorial Hospital is unique in the number of services it provides, given the size of the community it serves, according to Ada Kirven.

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