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Things move quickly and officials must make decisions rapidly for school districts throughout Sheridan County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Red Grade Road opened to wheeled, motorized vehicles Wednesday, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the road is ready for any and all visitors.
Liquor license holders in Sheridan County affected by the COVID-19 closures will be able to deliver packaged wine, malt beverages and liquor within city of Sheridan limits following Sheridan City Council unanimously authorized an emergency ordinance Friday afternoon.
The Wyoming Board of Medicine agreed to issue a statement regarding the misuse of drugs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following directives like many other businesses and agencies, churches throughout Sheridan County have taken to the internet to connect with congregations that typically meet at minimum once a week.
During a typical year at Tongue River Elementary School, teachers take students on a close-by field trip to participate in fish stocking with Wyoming Game and Fish Department staff at Rotary Park Pond. Sounds of pure joy — and maybe some squirmish squeaks — erupt as students dump buckets of fresh rainbow trout into the pond, restocking for future fishermen and women.
Mayor Roger Miller confirmed at a Sheridan City Council study session Monday he would no longer pursue the topic of raising mayor and council salaries going forward.