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Sheridan College joins five other Wyoming community colleges in setting up pathways for computer science endorsement through online classes that can be completed by licensed teachers starting in fall 2020.
More than 2,300 Big Horn County, Montana, residents have been tested for COVID-19 as of May 28, according to BHC Public Information Officer Rhonda Johnson — more than half of those tests were completed during a mass testing effort this week at the Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital in Crow Agency and Hardin High School.
With the onset of COVID-19 and the cancellation of major events across the state, local business owners have noted they need the support of the community to survive.
EXPLORE AND ENGAGE
So often, these days, each of us wants to say our piece.
Read the opinions of your fellow Sheridan Press readers in the latest letters to the editor.
Sometime during one’s education, a student receives a history lesson on the state in which they reside.
Hello from Week Nine of (Productive?) Work from the Dining Room Table!
In a week, seniors from the John C. Schiffer Collaborative School will kick off a weekend full of in-person graduations, followed by Arvada-Clearmont, Big Horn and Tongue River high schools Sunday, pending approvals from county and state health officials.
While many seek the openness of the Wyoming plains, few own vast amounts of land.
Ask anyone who knows Jenny Craft to describe her in one word, and you’ll most likely hear “connector.”
Antonia Armenta-Miller grew up in her parents’ restaurant and catering company.