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Jackalope Jump Raises $5,700-Plus

More than 20 people plunged into nearly freezing water Saturday afternoon to raise money for Special Olympics of Wyoming.

National Geographic’s Mark Jenkins to Hold Lecture on Wednesday

University of Wyoming Graduate and Journalist for National Geographic Mark Jenkins will hold a lecture entitled Tea, Trade, and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time, at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall on Wednesday. According to Dr.

UW College of Law Team Wins Regional Competition

The University of Wyoming College of Law team recently competed in the regional round of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Denver.

YMCA Art Nights A Success

The Sheridan County YMCA rolled out their new “Art Night” program for the first time in January. They also had one in February and both events were a huge success according to Y Arts Coordinator Tyler Rogers.

School Gun Bill Advances to Senate

The Senate Education Committee advanced a bill that would allow K-12 school personnel to carry concealed guns by a 5-0 vote earlier this week. House Bill 194 has been sent to the full Senate for debate.

18th Annual Wild West Wine Fest Benefits DSA

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The Downtown Sheridan Association will host the 18th annual Wild West Wine Fest Friday, March 3, at the Elks Lodge on Brundage Street in Sheridan.

Barrasso Says Obama Administration Hurt Wyoming

Wyoming's U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, in an interview with Sheridan Media Wednesday morning, said he believes the Obama administration hurt Wyoming's economy.

WTBC Mixer Draws Crowd

Hopeful business entrepreneurs crowded the Mars Theater side of the WYO Theater Wednesday night in a mixer hosted by the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan.

Local Group Protests Barrasso's Statements

Sheridan resident Dr. Jackie Canterbury took exception to a statement by U.S. Sen. John Barrasso Wednesday morning that the endangered species act is broken.

New Slick Top Highway Patrol Cars

The Wyoming Highway Patrol is starting a new pilot program that is utilizing “slick top” patrol cars. They are doing this in hopes of increasing highway safety statewide. There are five new cars with one headed to each of the five districts across the state.