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November 21st, 2014

Bond Issue First of Three

A bond issue approved by Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees on Thursday night is the first in a series that will finance new construction at Sheridan College, according to Cheryl Heath.

College Board Extends President's Contract

College District trustees have extended the contract of Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young for another three years.

Sheridan College’s Whitney Building Named Outstanding Project

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SHERIDAN COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE:

Learning by Design magazine recently selected Sheridan College’s Edward A. Whitney Academic Center as an Outstanding Project in its 2014 Awards of Excellence publication.

Bowling to Raise Money for Cancer Research

An afternoon of bowling has been planned to raise money for cancer research. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Keys

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Found a set of keys in downtown Sheridan by the Bank of the West/ First Federal. Please call 307-672-8283.

Friday, November 21st

Write-In
11-21-2014

W: Paying cash for junk cars and trucks (Paid through 01/09/15)
Call: 752-4511

FS: Handicap Wheelchair lift for Van
Call: 620-5860 VIII

November 20th

Generals / Lady Generals / Cowboys / Cowgirls hoop action / Pokes host Boise state on the gridiron Saturday night

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals head to Casper for a tournament today the Generals are 6-2 overall, Head coach Matt Hammer says they get some good competition this weekend and need to build some momentum for next week's Lions club tournament at the Hoffman dome.

The Lady Generals will be at home tonight and tomorrow hosting their own tournament. they will play at 7:00 tonight and 3:00 tomorrow afternoon.

Former walk-on Colby Wollenman could see increased role for Michigan State

Written by Kyle Austin | kyleaustin2@mlive.com By Kyle Austin | kyleaustin2@mlive.com November 20, 2014

EAST LANSING -- While Duke was trotting former McDonald's All-Americans off the bench Tuesday night in Indianapolis, Michigan State was turning to a player of a different sort of background.

Junior forward Colby Wollenman came to East Lansing from Wyoming in 2011 with no intention of even playing basketball. He didn't think he was good enough, but tried out anyway and made the team.