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January 24th

School Funding Concerns

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Does Wyoming spend too much funding education? Sheridan Media Reporter Rustin Burr brings us the thoughts of one local Legislator on the matter.

Biteman Talks Revenue Decreases

The recent CREG report was not as promising as one would hope. Sheridan Media’s Rustin Burr shares the details on one local legislators take.

Sentence Modification Hearing Held in District Court for Gillette Man

A sentence modification hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a Gillette man that was sentenced to prison for burglary.

January 24th

Officials welcome return of wolves to northwest Colorado

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Colorado wildlife officials have found evidence of at least six wolves in the state's northwest region, a second indication of a return by the animals after a long absence. Democratic Gov.

New coal mine operator behind on federal, county taxes

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Federal officials say the newest operator of three coal mines has fallen behind on federal and county mineral taxes. The Casper Star-Tribune reported Thursday that the Navajo Transitional Energy Company owes the federal government more than $10 million in unpaid taxes. Officials say the U.S.

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 24, 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. 24, 1920.

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.