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December 22nd

Trial Date Set for Burlington Woman, Sheridan Man

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A trial date was set in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan recently for a Burlington woman who was arrested in Sheridan last month on a couple of different drug charges. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Department of Ed. Releases Enrollment Data

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Fall K-12 enrollment data for Wyoming public schools shows that fall enrollment rose from 92,976 in 2017-18 to 93,029 students this year.

December 22nd

Farm Bureau Conference Starts Jan. 18 in Sheridan

Congresswoman Liz Cheney will be a featured speaker in the 2019 Wyoming Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Conference starting Jan. 18 in Sheridan.

TRMS Oldest Building in District 1

Art and science areas of Tongue River Middle School are scheduled for a remodel next summer. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Tongue River Middle School is the oldest building in Sheridan County School District 1, with arts and sciences classrooms that met the needs of students when the school opened in 1983 but are no longer adequate for today's classes.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 22, 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 Dec. 22, 1918.

Holy Name School Nominated for Literacy Award

Holy Name Catholic School of Sheridan has been nominated for a First Lady's Leaders in Literacy Award, which annually recognizes individual, business or organizational leadership in advancing literacy in Wyoming.

SCLT Receives Match Challenge Donation

The Sheridan Community Land Trust recently received funds that are intended to inspire others to donate towards the Land Trust’s cause.

Hunter Ed Classes Starting Up in January

When it comes to Hunter Education Courses, it’s best to get them well before hunting season starts according to Tina Schmidt.

Sheriff History

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is working on updating their website with more information. Sheriff Allen Thompson explained that they are specifically looking at the History of the Department.

UW Researcher Finds Common Ground Among Citizens on Energy Issues

At a time of pronounced political discord, Americans may be less divided on national energy issues than media reporting would suggest, research led by a University of Wyoming marketing professor has found.