Sheridan

Special Prosecutor: ‘No Violation of Election Laws’

A number of civil complaints filed with the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office by Edward Miller of Sheridan and Vicki Taylor of Banner, were recently reviewed by a special prosecutor to determine if the allegations held any validity. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Schiffer School Will Accommodate More Students

The new John C. Schiffer School building, site shown here, will have room for more students. (Slide courtesy of SCSD2)

The new John C. Schiffer Collaborative School building could be the answer to a current problem for Sheridan County School District 2.

Soup's On! at The Hub

Georgia Boley and Dan Cole make three soups in a demonstration at The Hub on Smith Thursday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Patrons of The Hub on Smith Street had a chance Thursday afternoon to watch preparation of three kinds of soup – bone broth, split pea soup and potato soup – courtesy of Georgia Boley and Dan Cole.

Associate Director Joins UW Extension

Mandy Marney. (Courtesy photo)

Mandy Marney joined the University of Wyoming this week as new associate director of the university's Extension Service.

Sheridan County Opts to Join WCCA Workers Comp Program

The Sheridan County Commission this week voted to join a workers compensation program drawn up and offered by the Wyoming County Commissioners Association.

Union Pacific Closes Out Film Series

The Classic Western Film Series will come to a conclusion on Sunday with the presentation of Union Pacific at the Sheridan WYO Theater.

Souper Bowl Back For Year 7

Starting Monday, the local Chapter of Wyoming AARP will be kicking off their annual Souper Bowl Food Drive event.

City Financial Situation in Good Shape

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The Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller were presented with some good news this week in regard to the City’s financial situation. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 23, 1920

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 Jan. 23, 1920.

School District 2 Graduation Rates Up Compared to State

Sheridan High School and John C. Schiffer graduation rates for 2019 were a combined 85.5 percent, according to School District 2 Assistant Superintendent Mirch Craft. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Graduation rates at the two high schools in Sheridan – Sheridan High School and John C. Schiffer Collaborative School – exceed the statewide graduation rates released earlier this week.

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