Sheridan Commission to Consider Supporting Pathway Project

Sheridan County will consider adding their support for a proposed pathway project that would connect Ranchester and Dayton along Highway 14 if approved.

County Approves Requests for Additional Sales Tax Funds

Sheridan County commissioners approved requests for another $46,000 in optional sales tax funds. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County commissioners approved a little over $46,000 in additional optional sales tax funds for four organizations during their staff meeting Monday.

SCSD 1 Provides Free Summer Lunches Again

A free summer lunch program will start next week for children ages 3 to 18 in the Tongue River Valley.

29 to Graduate from Tongue River High School

29 Seniors will graduate from Tongue River High School on Sunday. (Sheridan Media file photo)

Twenty-nine seniors – 28 from the regular high school and one from the alternative high school – will graduate from Tongue River High School this year.

Black Bear Relocated From Dayton

A black bear was relocated from Dayton by officials with the Game and Fish. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Game and Fish Sheridan County Day Camp Moves to Dayton

Each year, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department hosts summer day camps at areas around the state and when Sheridan County is on deck 2019, attendants see a different location utilized than in years past.

District 1 Trustees Get Good News About Budget, G.I.F.T. Program

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees learned Tuesday night that the district's preliminary budget for next year is almost $1 million over the current year's. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees got good news Tuesday night about the district's budget for next year, and about a program aimed at getting parents to read to their children.

Sheridan Travel and Tourism Board to Expand

Sheridan's City Council heard plans to expand the Sheridan Travel and Tourism board at a meeting earlier this week. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Travel and Tourism board is changing, and the hope is that the change will be in place by July 1.

Council Eyes Recommendation for Trash Pickup Increase

Vita Quinn with SCS Engineers recommends the city consider raising rates for trash pickup. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A recommendation that the city consider an increase in trash pickup rates was presented to City Council members in a study session Monday night.

Driving a Bus More Than Just Getting Behind Wheel

Driving a school bus means more than just getting behind a wheel. (Photo by Pat Blair)

During the school week, bus drivers for Sheridan County School District 1 log about 850 miles a day.

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