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Mountain Lion Reported in Sheridan

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Game and Fish personnel with the Sheridan Region Office, along with officers from the Sheridan Police Department and the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office, responded to a report of a mountain lion in the North Heights subdivision in Sheridan the evening of May 14.

Sheridan College Volleyball Coach Joins Chadron State

Sheridan College volleyball coach Jennifer Stadler has accepted a position as head coach for the NCAA Division II Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb.

Contest Now Open for 2019 Stroll Button

The time is now for submission of designs for the 2019 Christmas Stroll Button.

Weatherby Grand Opening

Sheridan, WY – Weatherby, Inc announced a plan to move from Paso Robles, California to Sheridan, WY at SHOT 2018. Since that announcement Weatherby, Inc has been planning, building, and moving towards a Grand Opening of it’s brand new facility in Sheridan, WY. Weatherby, Inc.

Sheridan College to Award Honorary Degrees

Sheridan College will award honorary degrees to Mary Ellen McWilliams and the late Sen. John C. Schiffer during commencement exercises Saturday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Bozeman Trail: A Rush to Montana’s Gold

Wyoming PBS will be hosting two screenings of the 90-minute documentary The Bozeman Trail: A Rush to Montana's Gold.

'Ignite' Conference Promises Tangible Concepts

Tangible concepts that can be implemented immediately by a business owner, manager or employee is the promise of the fifth annual Ignite Your Business Conference in Sheridan.

Sheridan College Team Scores High Marks at SkillsUSA

Seventeen Sheridan College students received 13 medals, and the Sheridan College team received the Runner-Up High Point Chapter Award at the Wyoming SkillsUSA final competition in Casper recently.

Sheridan Inn Focus of Casual Conversations

The Sheridan Inn will be the focus of next week's Casual Conversations in History at The Hub on Smith Street.

BLM Seeks Nominations to Resource Advisory Council

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public nominations for positions on the Bureau's Wyoming Resource Advisory Council.

Wyoming Baroque Comes to Sheridan College

Wyoming Baroque will appear in performance Saturday in Kinnison Hall in Sheridan College's Whitney Center for the Arts.

Sheridan College Graduation to be May 11

Susan Thomas, founder of The Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation, will be keynote speaker at commencement exercises at Sheridan College this month.

New Sheridan College Event Gives Students Platform for Their Work

A new event at Sheridan College this week is designed to give students a platform to present their research and creative work to the broader community.

District 2 Superintendent Writes Letter to Community

The following letter has been received from Craig Dougherty, superintendent of Sheridan County School District 2:

Award-Winning Author Presents Reading

Lisa Ko, an award-winning author and current Ucross resident, will read from her acclaimed novel, “The Leavers,” in a program next week at Sheridan College.

Science Lecture at Sheridan College to Explore Rural Science Education

Science education in rural communities will be the focus of a lecture at Sheridan College next month.

Parent Charged With Disturbance at Coffeen School

Jason Billings, a parent of a child at Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan, has been charged with causing a disturbance in a government building after walking into Coffeen Elementary Tuesday after being told to remain in the office area.

Child Struck By Bus

On April 22, 2019, at 3:06 p.m., the Sheridan Police Department, along with
Rocky Mountain Ambulance and Sheridan Fire Rescue, responded to Coffeen
Elementary, 1053 S. Sheridan Avenue, for the report of a child that was struck
by a school bus.

Court Upholds Ramaco's Right to Mine Coal

Ramaco Carbon's right to mine private coal assets has cleared a major hurdle, according to a news release from the company.

Juried Student Exhibition Opens Saturday at Sheridan College

The 72nd annual Juried Student Exhibition at Sheridan College opens with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the college's Whitney Center for the Arts.