A Look Back in Time: April 18, 1919

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 18, 1919.

College Board Approves Honorary Degrees

Two honorary degrees, one posthumous, will be presented in graduation ceremonies at Sheridan College this year, and one honorary degree will be presented at Gillette College.

SHS Student Interns With Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office

Sheridan High School offers an internship class to seniors which grants them the opportunity to intern at a local establishment off-campus. This year, senior Jackson Eccles has taken an internship at the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office.

Senator Kinskey Speaks at Buffalo Chamber Lunch

State Senator Dave Kinskey (R-Sheridan) was the featured speaker at Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon, where he discussed happenings and a number of bills that were passed during this year's legislative session.

Johnson County Approves TANF Grant Applications

Three organizations brought Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Grant applications before the Johnson County Commissioners for approval at their Tuesday meeting.

Buffalo/Johnson County Clean-Up May 15-18

City Building Inspector Toby Rhoads reminded the Buffalo City Council that the annual city/county cleanup will be next month.

New Law, Federal Funds Focus of Education Meetings in Sheridan

A new federal law that will provide $5 million to Wyoming schools and community colleges was the focus of a series of meetings in Sheridan Wednesday.

Three Individuals Arrested for Drugs at Apartment on Marion Street

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Three individuals were arrested Wednesday in Sheridan for multiple drug possession and distribution charges.

Arts Celebration Starts With Spring Dance Showcase

A Spring Dance Showcase will kick off a six-day Celebrate the Arts event in Sheridan next week.

Governor Gordon on Budget Vetoes

During the recent General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, a supplemental budget bill was prepared and approved in both the House and the Senate. Governor Mark Gordon was then tasked with signing the legislation into law, but before he could do so, he vetoed 14 line items.

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