SDSD3 Super On Recruiting, Retaining In Smaller Districts

Superintendent of Sheridan County School District 3, Charles Auzqui, discussed smaller school districts, the differences from larger districts, challenges they deal with, and the positive changes made in his district over the last year, as well as how smaller districts recruit and retain quality teachers during the recent legislative forum.

Federal Officials Find Contamination in Crow Water System

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Tests results on a public water system serving 1,300 residents on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation found evidence of fecal material contamination that exceeded safety standards, government investigators disclosed Thursday.

Pre-trial Conference Done, Trial Set For Former Chamber CEO Fox

A pre-trial conference for former Buffalo Chamber of Commerce CEO Angela Fox was held Thursday afternoon in Johnson County District Court.

Black Tooth Brewery Brews Resilience IPA in Benefit of Fire Victims

In the wake of the deadly Camp Fire that devastated over 153,000 acres of land in California, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is selling Resilience IPA in support of the victims and cleanup of the fire.

Two More Chances to See Bolshoi in 2018

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center Bolshoi in Cinema series will have two more entries before we bring in the new year.

Library Trustees, Foundation to Hold Joint Meeting

The Sheridan County Library System Board of Trustees and Library Foundation Board will hold a joint meeting on Wednesday.

Wyoming Business Council Funds Startups

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The Wyoming Business Council announced the first group of awardees for two new grant programs aimed at helping startups in Wyoming thrive. Ten startup companies with high-growth potential and industry-disrupting products and services received about $730,000.

Rooted in Wyoming Receives Challenge Gift

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Rooted in Wyoming recently received some good news regarding a generous donation. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

East Brundage Lane Annexation Report

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City of Sheridan Community Development Director Brian Craig presented the East Brundage Lane annexation report to the Sheridan City Council at their monthly study session earlier this week.

Council to Consider Bid Award for Concrete/Asphalt Recycling Project

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Staff with the City of Sheridan are recommending that the City Council award the bid for the 2018 Crushing Project to Wayne Coleman Construction, Inc. of Mills, Wyoming, in the amount of $41,307.

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