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Gillette Community College fears ‘bumpy’ talks with Sheridan By Jake Goodrick Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange GILLETTE — Five months into the existence of the Gillette Community College District, trustees are beginning to feel a sense of urgency in addressing the ongoing negotiations...

BLM acting field manager Casey Freise drills holes to plant the sagebrush seedlings in alongside EOG Resources employees LB Myers, left, and Jeb Tachik in November in eastern Johnson County. The work is part of an effort to restore sage grouse habitat in the area. (Photo by Jessi Dodge, Buffalo Bulletin)

BLM works to restore grouse habitat   By Alex Hargrave Buffalo Bulletin Via Wyoming News Exchange   BUFFALO —As the Greater Sage-Grouse population in northeast Wyoming dwindles, the Bureau of Land Management is working to reclaim some land disturbed by energy development and wildfires — two of the...
EWC trustees express concern over community college split   By Andrew D. Brosig Torrington Telegram Via Wyoming News Exchange   TORRINGTON – Eastern Wyoming College trustees on Monday expressed shared concerns over a proposed split in the Northern Wyoming Community College District.  Responding to...
Gillette College wants more communication in college district operations   By Jonathan Gallardo Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — The Gillette College Advisory Board would like to be more involved in conversations about any future cuts of the Northern Wyoming Community...
Campbell County looks into forming own college district   By Jonathan Gallardo Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — If Gillette is going to have its own community college district, it will ultimately be the voters who have the final say. But before it reaches the ballot, it...
Roberson named to Honor Roll More than 230 students were named to the Sheridan College honor rolls this semester, including Sawyer Roberson from Newcastle who made the Vice President’s Honor Roll. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some students must still complete in-person portions of their coursework...
Gillette College sports supporters disappointed by NWCCD decision   By Jonathan Gallardo Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — On most days, having your car break down on the side of the interstate at 10 at night would be the worst part of your day. But for a couple of dozen...
Commissioners eye making Gillette College independent   By Gregory Hasman Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — The Campbell County Commission has instructed county employees to begin investigating what it would take to withdraw Gillette College from the Northern Wyoming...
Gillette, Sheridan college officials recommend cutting athletics   By Miles Englehart Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — With little to no forewarning, Gillette College and Sheridan College informed coaches Thursday that their entire athletics programs have been cut....

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Despite not getting a chance to play high school soccer his senior year – due to COVID-19 shutdowns — Newcastle High School graduate Jacob Rhoades will be playing in the fall for Sheridan College.

Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   He felt the devastation of losing his senior year of high school soccer just one week into practice in March, so when Jacob Rhoades got the news that Sheridan College wanted to add him to their roster for the fall, it helped to ease some of that pain.  “I am so...

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