Wyoming’s high school graduation rate increased for the sixth year in a row and local school districts posted rates above the state average, according to data published by the Wyoming Department of Education Tuesday.
Sheridan County School District 2, Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees and administration from both entities heard annual updates Monday from three collaborative programs over a three-course meal prepared by Sheridan College’s Wyoming Culinary Institute chefs.
Sheridan County School District 1 prioritized a Ranchester construction project to help a growing facility’s infrastructure needs.
The city of Sheridan’s finances remain on track and tax revenues continued to exceed projections through the second quarter of fiscal year 2020, City Treasurer Karen Burtis told Sheridan City Council during its regular meeting Monday.
New scientific findings could transform the way Wyoming reclaims, or cleans up, its roughly 90,000 acres of land disturbed by surface mining.
Several organizations in the energy sector and public officials have praised the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act since the president’s Council on Environmental Quality announced a notice of proposed rule-making Jan. 9.
As most students sleepily walk through the front doors of Sheridan High School on any given weekday morning, a select group of freshmen to seniors are already wide awake practicing for a statewide debut of their musical talent.
The State Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee voted late last week to sponsor a bill that would give Wyoming school districts the option to bill Medicaid for some special education costs.