Water Service Line, Parking Lot on School District 1 Facilities Plan

A water service line and parking lot top Sheridan County School District 1's 5-year facility plan. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Improvements to a water service line and construction of a new parking lot at the old Tongue River Elementary School – now the Tongue River Learning Center – top the list of projects in Sheridan County School District 1's 5-Year Facility Plan.

Bureau of Land Management Wyoming Accepting RAC Applications

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The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming (BLM) is accepting applications to fill the openings on the Resource Advisory Committees (RAC). People interested in applying for a spot on one of the 27 open committees can either nominate themselves or be nominated by someone else.

Sheridan Makes True West List of Top 10 True Western Towns

The Sheridan Inn is one of several reasons Sheridan made True West magazine's list of Top 10 True Western Towns. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Inn, Trail End State Historic Site and museums have earned Sheridan a place on True West magazine's Top 10 True Western Towns for 2020.

College Trustees Discuss New WACCT Award

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District discuss the newest WACCT award. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District met Friday to share their thoughts on a new award to be presented next year by the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees.

Big Game Applications Open Now

At the beginning of the year, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department opened up the application period on big game licenses for resident and non resident hunters.

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.

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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