Land can serve multiple purposes for locals, from taking a leisurely hike to raising cattle for income.
University of Wyoming student teachers left their classrooms March 13 not knowing it would be their last day of student teaching.
Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent Pete Kilbride said because neighboring states have already ordered residents to shelter in place or stated that schools will not be opening for the rest of the year, he is preparing for a similar situation in Wyoming.
Rebecca Brugiafreddo, an exchange student from Italy currently living in Sheridan, wants the community to heed worldwide examples of what Sheridan may experience if certain behaviors surrounding COVID-19 do not adjust.
Last week in the Sagebrush Elementary kitchen proved much different from Brooke Shippy’s usual food service routine.
A perceived win for farmers market vendors occurred March 12 when House Bill 84, the “Food Freedom Amendments,” unanimously passed.
Sheridan County school districts 1 and 3 held special meetings Wednesday.