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A Look Back in Time: May 17, 1918

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 May 17, 1918.

State Prepares to Implement Computer Science Program

People can apply through Friday for appointment to a committee that will be charged with developing standards for computer science and computational thinking courses to be taught in Wyoming public schools.

Buffalo Council Appoints WAM Delegate, Alternate

The Buffalo City Council, during a recent meeting, voted to appoint an official voting delegate and an alternate for the upcoming Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) meeting and convention.

Sheridan County Approves Airport Funds Transfer

The Sheridan County Commissioners have approved a transfer of entitlement funds received from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to the Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody.

Bozeman Scout Key to Prizes This Month

Shoppers have a chance to win prizes this month by spotting the Bozeman Scout in downtown businesses.

Sheridan Boasts First Dementia Friendly Program in State

About 25 percent of Sheridan's population, possibly more, is age 55 or older.

Wyoming Governor Candidates Grilled on Economic Proposals

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Candidates for governor had no shortage of ideas for boosting the economy when asked by a pro-business group Wednesday, most of them centered on building up Wyoming's existing strengths in energy extraction, tourism and agriculture rather than striking off in bold, new directions.

Al Simpson Lecture Thursday

Thursday night, the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts will be hosting a lecture by Retired U.S. Senator Al Simpson. Simpson’s lecture is presented by the non profit organization Wyoming Promise and it will deal with money in politics.

Chamber Button Designs Due June 1

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will hold their 2018 Christmas Stroll in November and even though that is still several months out, there are a couple of reasons for some to start thinking about it.

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